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Align Pricing Model
Make workflows fit your business model or budget
Pricing for Drafter AI works on a pay-per-use basis.
You have packages of 1,000,000 credits each, and the overall bill increases depending on the number of credits spent during the month.
For example, if you spend less than 1,000,000 credits monthly, you’re charged for only one package at the end of the billing period (month).
If you exceeded the package size and spent 1,500,000 credits during the same month, you’ll be billed for 2 packages and so on.
If your credit consumption drops, the price goes down as well.
Credits are a universal measurement of computational resources specific tasks consume.
While Drafter AI has hundreds of different data sources and AI modules, all of them consume resources differently.
It may take 7000 credits to recognize an image but just around 100 to generate ads headline.
You can keep track of your credits in 3 ways.
1. Check the overall number of credits left.
First of all, track how many credits are left in your current package:
2. Keep track of workflow estimations
When building workflow, refer to the estimated number of credits that it will consume (per one entry) using the tracker at the bottom of the workflow builder page:
Estimating cost of a single workflow execution
3. Check “History”
Refer to “History” to check, how many credits were spent on workflow executions before:
Getting real costs in credits and time
To make initial calculations easier, refer to the table of approximate consumption for different AI blocks.
5 March 2023
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If you're building integration, proceed to:
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