Total number of unique users in your company (in case of internal application) or in ALL the companies that are your customers (in case of OEM/SaaS solution) that access CKEditor at least once a month.
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- Under which licenses do CKEditor 4 and CKEditor 5 come?
- What am I entitled to while on active subscription?
- What are monthly active users?
- What happens if I exceed my monthly active users allowance?
- What is the minimum length of subscription-based license agreements?
- Are there commercial distributions of CKEditor 4 and CKEditor 5?
- Can I modify the source code of CKEditor 4 and CKEditor 5?
- What are the Open Source requirements when using CKEditor 4 and CKEditor 5?
- Do I have to include additional terms or notices in order to use the Open Source license?
- Can I have an Open Source version of CKFinder?
What is the difference between a MAU and a user of freemium SaaS solution ?
Hey JL Martin, thank you for your question and apologies for delay in responding - I hope you will still find this response useful. In short, MAU (monthly active user) is an individual who accesses our editor inside your application at least once during a month. Some of the MAUs (or even all of them) might be freemium, depending on the use case. If needed, we will be happy to discuss this further with you - just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can you explain more detail about Active User?
What is a meaning of "access CKeditor"?
Hey Dũng Phạm Xuân, by "accessing CKEditor" we simply mean using it to work on any kind of content you may have. No matter whether you want to write a piece of text, insert image, or accept your peers' comments - whenever you access CKEditor to work on content, you become an active user.
I have a start-up project, and i want to all my users can use ckeditor (may be up to 1000), what can i do to optimize the price for my project
Hello Tran Minh Quang, please email our sales team at email@example.com so they can prepare an offer for you. We have a special program for start-up projects that help them grow.
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