Click on settings > Usage to view:
- Test usage: the numbers of tests used.
- Contributing developers number of developers contributing to projects.
- Projects: project test usage settings.
The Test Usage section shows how many tests you are using over the current billing period:
Snyk defines contributing developers as developers having made a commit to a private repo monitored by Snyk in the last 90 days.
The Contributing developers for Git and CLI integrations section shows contributing developer counts, both at the org level and the group level.
The counts indicate the number of contributing developers to the default branch of the private repos connected with the integration.
We do not count contributions to public (open source) repos currently as our pricing model is based on the number of contributing developers to private repositories.
The total unique contributors across all integrations count shows the number of contributors across all the integrations in your Snyk account. Contributing developers are only counted once, even if they have contributed to multiple integrations or multiple repositories.
The Breakdown by integration section shows the number of contributors, orgs, and repos in that integration.
Each contributor is counted by the author email field, which is set within the local git configuration in the developer’s machine.
Snyk does not store any actual git user emails in its database but instead uses the hashes of the emails for counting contributing developers. Snyk uses the hash of the local git author email, that is, the email that is set locally in the user's git config, whether for one of the Source Control Management integrations (such as GitHub), or from the Snyk CLI.
The Projects section shows test usage settings for your projects:
For Bulk actions, select relevant projects, then select to Delete, Activate or Deactivate the selected projects:
Set test frequency
You can set the frequency of testing for each project.
For each entry, you can select the frequency of testing for that project (never, daily, or weekly)
Click Deactivate to never test, and also remove webhooks and stop showing the project’s results in reporting.