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Create and manage teams

Teams let you create user groups and assign different access levels to specific projects.

Users must be part of an organization before being added to a team. To create and manage teams, click Admin and select Teams.

The members of the Account Owners team are automatically made super admin. Adding other users to this team makes them a super admin with full access to your organization, its units, and projects. Likewise, when you make a user a super admin, they are added to the account owners team.


Teams are becoming groups

Groups are an easier way to control access to your organization's projects and services for a group of users. Migrate your teams to groups.

Create a team

  1. Click Create new team.
  2. Enter a Team Name.
  3. Click Create team.

Add users to a team

  1. Click the name of the team to add users to.
  2. On the Team Members tab, click Invite users.
  3. Enter the email address of the user and click Invite users.

The user will get an email with an invitation link.

Add projects and roles to a team


Teams cannot be assigned to units.

For each team you can specify which projects they can access and the level of permissions:

  • Admin: Full access to the project, including inviting other users and modifying billing information.
  • Developer: Make changes to services that do not affect billing.
  • Operator: Full access to services, except billing information and project members.
  • Read only: View services only.

To add projects and roles to a team:

  1. Click the name of the team and select the Projects and Roles tab.
  2. Click Add projects.
  3. Select a Project Name and Permission Level.
  4. Click Add project to team.

You can edit the permissions or delete the project from this team by clicking the more options menu for the project.

Migrate teams to groups

  1. In the organization, click Admin.

  2. On the Teams tab, click each team name to view it and make a note of:

    • which users are members of the team
    • which projects the team is assigned to
    • the permission level that is assigned for each project

    Users on the Account Owners team automatically become super admin with full access to manage the organization. You don't need to create a group for these users or manage this team after the migration. Instead, you can make users super admin.

  3. Click Groups.

  4. Click Create group.

  5. Enter the name of one of the teams and assign the same users to this group. Do this for each team.

  6. Add each new group to the projects that the teams are assigned to with the same role.

  7. After confirming all users have the correct level of access to the projects, delete the teams.


    You cannot delete the Account Owners team.