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Terminology Creator vs. Collaborator: What’s the difference? Creators can create sheets and decide who else can access, update them, and/or change the structure. Collaborators may access sheets with edit or view only permissions, as determined by the sheet Creator. Creators require a Smartsheet license. Sheets: What are they? Payments Do you accept payments in my currency? Can I be billed instead of paying by credit card? Plans Can I change my plan at anytime? Monthly Plans: Are they available? Pricing Non-profit Pricing is available Non-profits and schools receive preferred rates on annual plans: Basic $139(USD)/yr, Advanced $249(USD)/yr, Team $399(USD)/yr (additional Creators $89(USD)/yr).

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