Upgrading an Instance
Why should you upgrade? Free accounts come with one workspace that shares resources with other Xano customers. It also is limited on capabilities such as storage, database records, and processing power. You'll easily be able to prototype most of your application in this type of account, but upgrading to a paid plan will give you a more powerful instance that can scale with your needs. View plan pricing and details.
What does upgrading your instance actually do? Upgrading your instance migrates your data and business logic to a brand new, faster instance. If you upgrade to the Scale package, you'll be put on your own dedicated instance for maximum performance and scalability.
How long does upgrading take? Upgrading an instance takes seconds to complete.
You will need to update your API URL ORIGIN if: - You are upgrading from the FREE plan to a PAID instance. - You are changing your server region. You can read more about what your API URL Origin is below. See an example of how to do this in Adalo or Appgyver You do not need to update your API URL ORIGIN if: - You are upgrading from a PAID to PAID instance and not changing your server location.
Can I keep my API URL ORIGIN the same? If you are upgrading from a free to a paid plan, no. However, if you are simply changing regions, and it is vital to your production-live application to keep the same API URL ORIGIN then please contact support before completing the transfer. You will be required to coordinate your transfer with the Xano team during their normal work schedule.
Go to the Billing section within Xano. You can get there by clicking "Billing" in the side menu on the instances page. You can also click your initials when you're in your workspace and clicking the "Billing" link.
Click the Change Plan button on the instance you want to upgrade. You will be taken through a workflow where you can review and select a plan for the instance. You'll be asked to provide payment information.
Don't worry, this doesn't start the upgrade right away. This will bring up a dialog telling you what you need to be aware of before continuing.
Let's pretend the NEW API URL ORIGIN was
If you are using a front-end framework, you can do a global find and replace in your code editor to replace the API ORIGIN URL.
Once you follow the above steps above, type I UNDERSTAND into the box and click the button "Start upgrade now".