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Create a Team

Invite your colleagues to your team so you can share your successes and templates!

Updated over a week ago

Hello, lemlister! πŸ‘‹

First and foremost, please remember that one email address equals to one seat, which equals to one account. πŸ€“

1 email = 1 user = 1 seat = 1 account

How to create your team?

  1. First, verify the number of seats you currently have:

    • On the top right corner click on your account photo, then Plans & Billing and finally on Manage Plan.

  2. Next, feel free to add as many seats as required. Keep in mind that charges are based on the number of users you add, as the pricing is per user.

You can add the wanted number of seats here and upgrade the plan that you currently have:

3. Add the desired email address to your team by clicking on the Invite user button

the invitation will be sent to an email under which new user will created lemlist account ( login email address)

4. The new user needs to set their profile or if they already have a lemlist account, accept the invite within their account

If they don't have an account, they will receive an email invitation to create one and proceed with accepting your invitation.

An important detail to highlight is ensuring that you have activated the seat on your account to be able to use lemlist.

You can do this by navigating from the dashboard and clicking on your account image

  1. "Cockpit"

  2. Then "Manage teams"

  3. And then locate the account for which you want to enable the seat, and simply toggle it:

For further insights on seat access, feel free to explore our article:

πŸ’‘ Please keep in mind:

πŸ‘‰ lemlist is collaborative which means that each user can see and control all campaigns and leads: you can control everything from one user.

πŸ‘‰ You can have a team and add users, but within one team all users must have the same package.

This video should explain how our Standard and Pro plans are billed:

The video below should explain how you can add more users to your team:

You can also check our related articles:


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