September 12, 2022
Today we are introducing two new pricing plans at GitBook. We want to let you know why we’re doing this and what will change.
Given our roots in the open source community, our main focus has always been to offer a valuable service at a fair price. But as the years went by, we have heard from customers and analyzed data that helped us see our pricing options weren’t fully aligned with how customers like you want to start with GitBook—or how you want to grow. Based on this research, we’ve redesigned our plans to a) minimize initial friction and b) map pricing to the value you get from GitBook as you grow with the product.
Today we’re retiring our Team and Business plans and introducing two new plans: Plus and Pro.
The key difference is that we’ve removed user minimums for the new plans and instead, connected them to our main customer use cases. If you're an open source developer who wants a simple but effective way to display your public docs, our free Personal plan is the way to go. Smaller teams should opt for Plus, which offers a great way to collaborate on public-facing documentation. For advanced publishing features, like Visitor Authentication and the ability to publish unlisted spaces that function as an internal knowledge base, the Pro plan is going to be your best bet. Get the full feature list for each plan on our new pricing page.
For all existing customers, we want to leave the choice of adopting these new plans up to you—all pricing changes are opt-in.
If you have any questions regarding this change or the process of migrating to our new plans, please don’t hesitate reach out to us at [email protected]
Thanks again for your business, we never take any of it for granted.