Sync limits

Typekit plans which include font syncing allow a certain number of fonts to be synced at one time. The font sync limit for your plan is listed on your Typekit Account page.

Each individual font weight or style that you have selected is counted as one font sync. For example, selecting the regular, italic, and bold fonts from the Proxima Nova family is three fonts.

The fonts that you currently have synced are listed on your Synced fonts page. You can remove any font families that you no longer want to sync by clicking the “Remove” link next to the font name; see the “managing your synced fonts” help page for more information.

If you are at your sync limit and would like to use additional fonts, you may upgrade to a higher-level plan.

Website pageview limits

A Typekit pageview is counted each time the kit JavaScript is loaded into a web page. One pageview is counted per kit per pageload, independent of how many fonts are being used in that kit. (The blog post on pageview measuring has more details on how pageviews are recorded.)

Each Typekit plan has a pageview limit, ranging from 25,000 pageviews per month on the Free plan to 25 million per month on our highest level Business Plan. The pageview limit for your plan and the usage for the current calendar month are available from your Typekit Account page.

We will not automatically cut off your fonts if you exceed the limit, but if you are consistently above, we’ll contact you to recommend an upgrade plan.

If you have a need for more than 25 million pageviews per month, a Typekit Enterprise Plan may be right for you.

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