You don't get the difference? You need example of use cases?
I've got you!
❓First, what is a team?
A team is created the moment you create your first lemlist account.
A team can contain 1 or several user.s.
In the screenshot below you can see one team in which there are several users:
For the sake of the example, let's imagine that two options are offered to us:
have two separated teams with one user in each of them
have one single team with two users in that same team
❓What happens if I choose to have two separated teams with one user in each of them?
💡 Best use cases to choose that solution are:
you are an outbound agency and need to manage separated accounts on behalf of your clients.
you are an operational / manager and need to separate accounts for different teams in your company (one for Sales and another for Marketing for example)
you are a single company but you need one team using the Email Outreach Plan and the other the Sales Engagement plan but still be able to manage both accounts and switch easily from one team to the other.
👉 The billing of each different team will be kept separated: each team will have a separate invoice each month.
👉 Each separated team will keep their data separated - separated billing, separated campaigns - impossible to share the list of leads for unsubscribes and duplicates.
❓What happens if I choose to have one single team with two users in that same team?
💡 Best use case to choose that solution is: you're simply a one company and you want to work as a single team, being able to share all your data within the same team account.
👉 yes even if you're using different domains (for example [email protected] and [email protected])
👉 work with your team-mates - you'll get to share your list of leads (for duplicates and unsubscribes) have access to your colleagues campaigns if you need to create or manage some on their behalf while they're away.
👉 You'll get a single bill of course :)
You can discover how to create a team here
That's it! ❤️