# Data retention
Workato retains data on the Workato platform for variable periods of time, depending on plan and add-ons you have selected.
In certain cases, an account may have ability to customize the duration of data retention period. Typically, customers reduce data retention period to comply with more stringent compliance and security policies of their organization.
# Data retention policy
Data retention depends on the plan and add-ons you have selected. Check the pricing page or reach out to Workato sales representatives at +1 (844) 469-6752 to find out more.
# Types of data subject to data retention policy
The following details the data which are subject to the data retention policy and is erased after retention time period.
# Job history details
Detailed job steps that shows information about the data passed into each step, as well as the data response received from each step.
Step-by-step details showing input and output of each action
After the retention period, detailed job logs will be erased. Job ID, job status and job timestamp will be retained.
# Trigger event data
Trigger event data is typically found in the job details section, within the trigger output tab as shown.
Trigger data for new Salesforce account Johnny can be found in the trigger output.
Trigger event data is typically reused to rerun a job without having to create a new trigger event.
Rerunning the trigger event for new Salesforce account Johnny without having to create a new Salesforce account called Johnny.
After the retention period, reruns for these jobs will be disabled.
# Customized job report
Job reports can be customized to show jobs summary data that shows up on the jobs history.
Custom job report showing the relevant data user defined
After the retention period, custom job reports will be erased. Job ID, job status and job timestamp will be retained.
# Account deletion
If an account is deleted, all data associated with the account is removed.