A participant is a someone who has interacted with Eventbot directly
We'll count someone as a participant if take any of the following actions:
- RSVP to an event
- Invites others to an event
- Edit an event
- Create an event
- Removing an event from a channel
- Restore an event to a channel
Note: Seeing an event, checking it's details, or getting invited does NOT count as a participant. 😃
Will I get billed if I go over the limit? No way!
After you hit the participant limit Eventbot will let you know that it can't continue working. You can choose to upgrade or you can choose not to. (We hope you do!)
What happens if I hit the participant limit.
Once your workspace hits the participant limit for the month, NEW users will not be able to create, edit, or remove events. They will also not be able to RSVP to events or invite others. Existing participants (those lucky folks) will still be able to use Eventbot completely normally. If you hit the participant limit, we encourage you to consider one of our paid plans.
Each month the participant count is reset, so many different people can use Eventbot on any given month.
When does the count of participants reset?
We reset the count on the 1st of every month. As an example, if your team has 19 participants on January 31st, you'll start fresh on February 1st with zero participants.
Can a user be counted more than once?
Nope. If a user becomes a participant (RSVP, Creates event, etc) they are only counted once for that month. They can continue taking actions and they'll only be counted once for that month.
What happens if a participant leaves the workspace?
Slack does not alert Eventbot when a user leaves, so we must count that person as a participant until the start of next month.