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There is a good amount of room in this planter. It will be a while (am guessing six or more months) before you repot anything.
Pothos ivy likes medium to bright light. When mature, it can handle totally dry soil for a day or two if indoors before watering well but not left standing in water. In this planter are at least four well rooted cuttings and a bunch more cuttings with tiny roots. Most cuttings of this plant do well. You might lose two or so, but it will be nothing to worry about when this plant starts growing. You will have more of it than you know what to do with. :)
Someone gave me a start of what they said was solid green pothos, but I'm suspecting that it might be philodendron, not pothos.