To manage your Insightly subscription, open the profile menu and select Billing & Account. This option will only appear to administrators.
The next screen that appears will display your account statistics. Here you can get an overview of your limits.
Each Insightly plan has data limits such as file storage or the total number of records and custom fields. You can review the current plan limits on the Insightly pricing page.
|Free||2,500 records||200MB storage|
|Plus||100,000 records||10GB storage|
|Professional||250,000 records||100GB storage|
|Enterprise||Unlimited records||Unlimited storage|
Every record created counts toward your record count.
Items that will count toward your record limit include:
|Record limit items|
|Records in your
Insightly Recycle Bin
All the data you add to Insightly—for example, email attachments and uploaded files—will count towards your storage limit.
Items that will count toward your data storage include:
|Data storage items|
|Files in your Insightly Recycle Bin|
There are 4 additional sections in Billing & Account that will help you manage your subscription.
To review your current billing cycle and subscription information, visit the Billing Details page.
Here you can view:
- Which plan you are on
- The status of your account (active or inactive)
- The subscription type (monthly or annual)
You can also view the Plan Price (per user), the number of users, and the amount you are charged in whole.
Invoices and payments
Here, you can:
- Review where invoices are emailed to
- Add specific contact or tax information to your invoices
- View your history of invoices and payments made
When someone on your Insightly account first subscribes to a paid plan, they will automatically become the account owner. This person will receive billing renewal notices and invoices by email.
To change which user owns the account, select a user from the dropdown and click Change Account Owner.
If you need to cancel your Insightly account, you can start the process here. Please note that if you delete your account, the data cannot be recovered or restored.