Whether you’re at a Fortune 500 company or a small nonprofit, Submittable has a plan to improve your submission and review process.
For small teams that need to manage a simple submission process at a budget-friendly price
per month or $999 billed annually
Free 14-day trial
1 live project to collect information and uploads
Basic yes/no review
3 team seats
For any sized business looking for a custom set of tools to grow your program and work smarter
Built to meet your needs, with:
Unlimited projects, submissions, and team seats
Flexible review workflows
Advanced reporting and budget tracking
Public gallery and voting
Dedicated account management and onboarding
Single-sign on and advanced data governance
Here’s the full breakdown of capacity and features. Wondering which plan would be best for you? We’re happy to help →
All file types
Gallery for display and voting
WORKFLOW & REVIEW
Basic yes/no voting
Custom review forms
Batch emails and email templates
Reminders and notifications
Remind your team of unfinished reviews
Remind team members and submitters with unfinished applications
Anonymized submission data
Advanced reporting tools
SUPPORT & SERVICES
Email and chat support
Dedicated account manager
Onboarding & implementation
Help Center FAQs and resources
Dedicated onboarding package and specialist
Optionally request promotion in our newsletter and on social media channels
Optionally add custom marketing campaigns to boost your efforts
SOC 2 Type 2 compliant
Frequently asked questions
When a submitter or applicant completes a form and submits it to your organization, that counts as one submission.
Submittable alerts you when your organization’s account approaches 80% of its submission capacity. If you’re approaching your submission limit, you can upgrade your account to a plan with a higher submission limit.
If you do exceed your submission limit, any open forms will automatically become inactive and be unavailable to submitters. The open forms will only go live again after you upgrade your account or on the first day of the next year, whichever comes first.
You will need a team seat for anyone you would like to review submissions or manage the account. There are five permission levels for team members, each with a different level of account and review access.
With basic review, team members can vote yes, no, or maybe on a submission and leave notes. Responses are scored as +1, -1, or 0.
Custom review lets you create custom review forms for your team, asking any questions you’d like in multiple formats like dropdowns, lists, and text fields. Assign custom scoring values to every question.
We sure do! Submittable partners with the Community of Literary Magazines and Presses (CLMP) to offer its members a special plan designed for literary publishers at a discounted price. To learn more, log in to your CLMP member account and look for the Submittable plan.
Yes! You can easily upgrade or downgrade your plan from within your Submittable account.