In Ninox, visit the globalsettings by clicking the gear icon (1)
in the top-right corner of your screen.
Visit the global settings (1) and select Usage overview (2) from the dropdown
From the dropdown, select Usageoverview(2) for a view of the following:
the total storage used (1) equals the size of all workspaces (teams) (2), including
size of all databases (3)
manual backups (4)
automated backups (5)
the number of records stored per database (6)
the number of API calls used per month (7)
the number of emails sent per month (8)
The usage overview displays the total storage used (1), size of all workspaces () (2), size of all databases (3), manual backups (4), automated backups (5), records per database (6), API calls per month (7), and emails per month (8)
Note: You only see manual backups in your usage overview if your subscription includes manual backups. Otherwise, only automated backups are shown.
Multiple workspaces (teams)
If you have more than one workspace in Ninox, select the workspace (1) for which you wish to view the usage. The numbers for the size of all databases and records per database (2) as well as manual backups and automated backups (3) are displayed immediately on the right side of the screen.
Select a workspace (1) on the left to display its usage (2) and (3) on the right
Storage per license
The amount of storage available to you depend on your subscription level as well as how many licenses you purchased.
Starter – 1 GB per license
Professional – 2 GB per license
Enterprise – 5 GB per license (more available on request)
If you purchased a Ninox subscription before February 1, 2022, your Basic Plan offers 2 GB storage per license.
Understand storage usage
The storage amount includes the size of all databases (2), automated backups and manual backups (3) at the workspace (team) level (1).
A 10% buffer gives you the chance to delete some automatic backups you may no longer need, preventing you from running out of storage completely due to the space automatic backups require.
Storage includes the size of all databases (2) and manual and automated backups (3) at the workspace level (1)
If you're close to running out of storage, or you've already run out, we suggest deleting some of the automated backups or manual backups.
How often we update your storage count
The amount of data stored (in GB) is updated every day at 2 AM CET.
How to get more storage
Because the storage amount depends on how many licenses you have, to increase your storage quota you'll need to purchase additional licenses. Alternatively, upgrade to the next subscription level.
To add licenses to your subscription, follow the steps from the help page below:
To upgrade, visit the Subscriptions page. Click the Upgrade button, then choose a subscription from the popup. Enter the number of licenses you need and click the Checkout button to proceed.