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Shift for Teams pricing and subscriptions
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Shift for Teams offers an easier way to manage your team's subscriptions to Shift. The team's Admin can purchase additional licenses and manage existing licenses directly within Shift via the Team Dashboard. 

 

Subscription management

To start a new team, follow these step-by-step instructions.

 

Your team subscription begins once you purchase at least 1 additional license. Your team renewal date is the date the Admin purchased their individual subscription originally. This renewal date cannot be changed. To check your team's renewal date or update billing details, do the following:

 

  1. Head to https://tryshift.com/account
  2. Log in using your Primary Shift Account
  3. Click Teams on the left side panel to view your renewal date and manage your licenses and members for the current billing period

How to change the number of licenses before renewal

If you'd like to adjust the number of licenses before your Team's next annual renewal date:

  1. Sign in to the online portal and remove any members who won't be using Shift going forward
  2. Reach out to our support team, indicating the number of licenses you want to renew

Pricing 

The latest pricing is broken down on our pricing page, here. As with Advanced (individual) subscriptions, purchased licenses are automatically renewed on an annual basis. 

 

Any additional licenses purchased after the Admin's original purchase date will immediately charge the Admin's card on file for a pro-rated amount based on the time remaining until the renewal date of the first purchased license. For example, if the Admin wants to add additional team members 3 months after starting their own subscription, the newly added licenses will be billed only for the days remaining between today's purchase date and the original purchase date (the Team's annual renewal date).

For example: the Team Admin purchased a license for themselves on March 1st. On June 1st of the same year, the Admin purchases 1 additional license. The amount charged on June1st will be: ($the price for an additional team member)/365 x 273, the number of days between June 1st and March 1st of the following year)

 

On the renewal date, March 1st of the following year, the renewal amount will be the price per member x the number of members

 


What's next?

Check out our "Shift for Teams" Use Case section for real examples of how Teams users are getting the most out of Shift.

 

Learn more about Shift for Teams here.

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