A few questions about Netlify Drop Services

Hello, I am a beginner, and I have a few questions about Netlify Drop services. Apologies for asking too many questions.

  1. How many static websites can you upload/place in Starter Plan of Netlify Drop? Is it unlimited?

  2. How many static websites can you upload/place in Pro, Business, and Enterprise Plan of Netlify Drop?

  3. Does Netlify Drop offer storage (like a hosting type) for Starter, Pro, Business, and Enterprise plans? if so, please indicate the space? I am getting confused with “Bandwidth” not sure if its the same as “Storage”.

  4. For the Starter, Pro, Business, and Enterprise plans, does Netlify Drop offers free subdomain and custom domains? or you will purchase them separately and connect them to the app?

  5. For the Starter, Pro, Business, and Enterprise plans, does Netlify Drop offers free SSL right of the box? or do you need to configure it yourself on the domain provider where you will purchase your custom domain?

Thanks for the answer in advance.

Soft limit to 500 sites which can be upgraded for free after contacting support. This limit exists to prevent spam and we review your account before upgrading the limit.

Same

If you’re planning to use Netlify as a Remote Storage Solution, this is not allowed as per our Terms of Use. Your account would be disabled if you’re caught doing that. If you’re actually planning to host a site, there’s no limit on the size.

netlify.app subdomains are always free. You can connect externally purchased custom domains for free. But, purchasing custom domains from Netlify costs money.

If you’ve configured the DNS correctly, it works just fine.

1 Like

Hi one last thing. Can you clarify if Netlify Drop has indeed a storage for static websites? is there a limit?

Note: I don’t mean it as Remote Storage Solution. Just a regular drop and drag of static website files.

hi @mojojo23 ,

give this a read through~ you’ll want to keep drag n drop sites under 50mb total size:

To echo what Perry said, while Netlify Drop recommends using folders less than 50 MB, it’s by no means, a hard limit. It depends on your device’s processing capacities and can possibly allow you to upload larger folders (I used to upload 400 MiB folders a few years ago).

The better way is to use Git, which doesn’t have any such limitations.