Inviting/Removing Team Members

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Adding a Seat on the Team

Before you invite a team member, you have to make sure that you have a seat available for them!

1

Go to the upper right corner Gear button → Settings & Members.

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On your Workspace Settings tab, select Members.

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Click Add/Remove Seats and adjust the seat number to the desired capacity
If you are adding more seats, there will be a prorated charge for the remainder of the current subscription or credit balance.

Removing a Seat from the Team

Before you decrease the number of available seats below the number of team members on the team, you'll need to remove team members.

1

Go to the upper right corner Gear button → Settings & Members.

2

On your Workspace Settings tab, select Members.

3
Click  Remove Invitation/Remove from Team to remove a team member.
4

Click Add/Remove Seats and adjust the seat number to the desired capacity.


Inviting a New Team Member

1

Go to the upper right corner Gear button → Settings & Members.

2
On your  Workspace Settings tab, select  Members.
3
Enter the new team member's email address and assign them a  role, to send the invite.

If you are inviting an existing Piktochart user, we recommend that you be sure to send the invite to the same email address with which they are already registered on Piktochart.
 

Common Questions

Does another user need to be a PRO before they can be invited to join my team?

You can add a Piktochart user to your Workspace, whether they are a current Free or PRO user. When you assign them a seat on your Workspace, they obtain access to all features through your Workspace.

For individual PRO users who hold a seat on your Workspace, they will have a personal PRO workspace.

Free users who hold a seat on your Workspace, will only have access to premium features through your Workspace. They will be unable to use PRO features in their personal workspaces.

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