Go Pricing

Pricing in Go is primarily based around Fields and Tokens. In this guide, we'll break down each of these units so you can clearly understand how your team's projects will fit within your subscription plan.

To review all of the features included under each of Go's plans, head to Settings > Plans in your V7 Go account.

Pricing Components


Fields are what you would call cells in a spreadsheet and approximate to the number of steps in your workflow.

Your total Fields are your Entities (rows) multiplied by your Properties (columns). You can review your team's field usage and remaining balance under Settings > Billing and usage. Fields are a hard limit which cannot be exceeded.


Each of the AI Tools that V7 Go uses consume tokens on input (the prompt that is entered in a property) and output (the responses that fill a project's fields). Each tool defines tokens slightly differently, so we standardize different token rates into Go tokens. You can review your team's V7 Go token usage and remaining balance under Settings > Billing and usage. Like Fields, Go Tokens are also a hard limit.

Properties per project

Properties (columns) represent workflow complexity. Paid users can add an unlimited number of properties to their projects.


Seats refer to the number of users that can be invited to a single team in V7 Go.


Workspaces allow teams that work with one or more end-customers or internal teams to create separate, distinct V7 Go teams with separate user access and projects. Multiple workspaces are available on V7 Go's Enterprise plan.