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About Snowflake Computing's app
|Are self-hosted or cloud-hosted accounts supported?
||Cloud-hosted accounts only
||We don't support accounts connected using SAML SSO. Users will need to provide us a username and password. Learn more about Snowflake's supported accounts.
|Is a paid Snowflake Computing plan required?
View Snowflake's plans.
|Are any special account permissions required?
You must have access control to use Snowflake on Zapier.
Learn more about Snowflake's account permissions.
|Are there usage limits?
||Learn more about Snowflake's usage limits.
|Are there pagination limits?
||We don't have a pagination limit but we have a 30-second limit for queries to run.
|Do trigger samples use real data from your account or generic data?
||Real trigger samples
|Are custom fields supported?
Learn more about Snowflake's custom fields.
|Do update actions overwrite or append to existing data?
|Is there any additional info?
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