When you run a flows, and it has 3 Objects that make up the flow (e.g. an import, a row filter, and an export), then you have just used 3 object runs for the month. The limit is per team, so if you have 5 users on Parabola, all of their flows contribute to your object runs count when the flows run. The count is only taken when a flow runs, so you can have as many object on your screen while your are building out your flow and experimenting.
Each Object that we have accepts data as an input, usually from other Objects. The limit on rows per calculation means that no Object in your flow may ingest more rows than allotted on your tier. So if you are on the Free tier, and importing two tables with 15,000 rows each, you would not be able to concatenate those tables on top of each other, as the resulting table would contain 30,000 rows, which is above the 20,000 rows allowed on the Free tier.
Object runs are counted at a Team level. If you have 5 team members total, all of their flow runs contribute to the count of object runs for the month for your team.
Scheduling, for now, can be set up by contacting us (we respond quickly). Your flow can be set to run at any interval (appropriate for your tier). Once a flow runs, you will receive an email with a summary of the flow run, any issues that came up, and what export actions were performed. You will also be able to check run statuses on your flows page.
Premium integrations allow you to connect to existing tools that you have. Connect to services like Salesforce or Google sheets to import and export your data. These work alongside Scheduling.
New users can access the Free tier of Parabola at any time, and opt-in to a 14 day trial of the Business tier. Existing users can trial one tier above their current tier, once.
The tier you are on determines how much support you will receive. Business and Enterprise tier customers will receive priority support, and assistance setting up their flows. The exact extent of that assistance is determined on an account by account basis.