Usage metric for jestor.

What are actions?

Action is a metric of usage of your jestor. Whenever you create, add or edit something inside jestor, this is accounted as an action. For reference, a small company would use about 200 actions/month.

Here are some examples of actions:

  • Creating a new dashboard, table or automation (tricks).
  • Creating new fields.
  • Creating new components (ex: charts, indicators, and others).
  • Creating or editing records.
  • Automations (ex: when a trigger is activated).
  • API calls (ex: Zapier).
  • Notifications (ex: let me know when I close a deal).
  • Moving fields or components.
  • Changing component's configurations.
  • Changing a field's values.
  • Deleting fields, components, tables or dashboards.


Tip 🤓

You can always check the number of actions of your account before and after you do something. If the number increases, it's because this is accounted as an action.

Ps: if you have more people using jestor, this tip won't work because you cannot know if they've also changed something at the same time.

If you are not sure if something is an action or not, just ask us ☺️

What about data uploads and migration from other apps?

We want to help you to upload your data! So each upload of data (import data) or data migration will account as 1 single action. It doesn't matter the number of lines (records), it'll all be accounted as 1 action.

Migrations are massive data uploads extracted from other apps. Each time you migrate from other apps, your data will be added in a single action.

What is considered a data upload or migration?

  • Google Sheets imports.
  • MS Excel uploads.
  • Other databases imports (ex: MongoDB).
  • Other apps migration (ex: Airtable).
    All of the options above are a single action in jestor.

If you need help uploading your data just send us a message 🤓

Where can I check the number of actions of my organization?

You can track the number of actions by going to Settings -> Plan and Billing.