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Workdocs api pricing

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Hello everyone, I would like to know how much Amazon workdocs will cost me per month.

To summarize my use case, I want to automate the sending of documents in workdocs and therefore make the creation of document. I know that the api costs 29 USD for 10 000 request write

But it also says that there is no charge for API calls made by native WorkDocs applications.

In my case, will I pay? If so, isn't there another way to reduce my costs?

Thanks in advance for your feedback.

2 Answers
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Hi there,

Thank you for your question. As you have pointed out, the WorkDocs Pricing page provides details of WorkDocs API usage. The billing applies if you use the WorkDocs APIs from your custom applications (built using the WorkDocs SDK) or make HTTP requests directly to the WorkDocs REST API endpoints.

If you are uploading your documents to WorkDocs using WorkDocs native clients (e.g. using WorkDocs Drive or WorkDocs Web Client), then there is no extra charge as the uploading is handed by the native clients and the API usage by the native clients is included in your monthly subscription.

Hope this answers your question.

Thank you

answered 13 days ago
  • Hello Kamlau, and thank you for your clear answer. I have just another small question, if I make sure to move folders on my machine to amazon workdocs drive automatically (with a service I will have created myself), then I will have no additional cost, is that right?

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Hi there,

If you install and use WorkDocs Drive to upload your folders and files to WorkDocs, there is no additional charges. You can use a script or a custom application that runs locally on your machine to automatically move/copy files from your local hard drive to WorkDocs Drive. Hope this is clear to you.

Thank you

answered 13 days ago

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