Note that if you have many Shopify stores, you have to install PageFly for each of them. And each store needs to subscribe to a specific plan.
In this article, you will know details about PageFly pricing plans so you will have a specific and clear view to choose the most suitable plan for your business.
PageFly pricing plans
Currently, PageFly provides 4 plans: Free, Silver, Gold, and Platinum.
The difference between 4 plans
There are 3 major differences between 4 plans such as page limitation, the number of saved sections, and history versions. These things are described in 2 tables below
Saved sections, History versions
Saved sections let you save designed sections and re-use them on other pages. You can read more here about the Saved sections.
History versions feature allows you to check and restore all the previously saved versions and the current version of your PageFly page, which can be accessed from within the editor. This article will let you know the details.
Page type limitation
This describes the number of pages you can create for each PageFly page type.
|Type of page||Free||Silver||Gold plan||Platinum|
|Regular page||1 page||20 pages||30 pages||Unlimited|
|Home page||1 page||2 pages||5 pages||Unlimited|
|Product page||1 page||2 pages||30 pages||Unlimited|
|Collection page||1 page||2 pages||30 pages||Unlimited|
|Password page||1 page||2 pages||5 pages||Unlimited|
|Blog post||1 page||2 pages||30 pages||Unlimited|
Commonly asked questions about PageFly pricing plans
How can I upgrade to PageFly paid plans?
In case you want to upgrade to PageFly paid plans, you can quickly do this by following these steps:
- Go to the PageFly dashboard.
- On the top navigation, click on the Explore pricing plans button
After that, the https://apps.pagefly.io/plan page shows up like the image below
Click on the Upgrade button of the plan you want to upgrade into.
Does assigning 1 product page to many products count as 1 page or many pages?
The answer is: It counts as 1 page.
With PageFly, you can create a product page and assign it to many products or all products of your store. And it counts as 1 page.
What happens if I downgrade?
All PageFly pages that you published stay up and running seamlessly. However, only a limited number of pages can be edited based on the plan you want to downgrade to.
If you switch from a paid plan to a FREE plan, you still have access to all PageFly’s elements and features. However, there are page limitations, saved sections, and history versions.
For example, you are in the Free plan and you have already had a page, then you create another page, there will be a message pop up like this
It informs you that you only can create 1 page and this is the maximum number of pages of your current plan which means Free plan.
To create more pages, you need to upgrade to a higher plan which means paid plans ( Silver, Gold, or Platinum).
Or when you have already had 1 saved section and then you want to save another section to the Section library, then there is a message showing up
You are informed that you can only create up to 1 latest saved section. To create more saved sections, you need to upgrade to a higher plan.
You can read the details in this article.