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Welcome! We're so happy you're considering Shift for your team 😍


Shift for Teams is our enterprise subscription plan, that provides a few additional perks above and beyond Shift Advanced for individuals. With Shift for Teams, you gain access to different roles and permissions, streamlined billing, and an easy-to-use Teams dashboard to manage licenses and team members. 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦

Check the full breakdown for plans in Shift here.


Roles & Permissions

Every Shift Team has two roles: Admin and Member. The Admin is the team's main point of contact for all account changed and billing-related inquiries. The Admin is also the only one who has the ability to manage the Team dashboard and update billing and payment information for the team. No more chasing down expenses or giving out sensitive information, like the corporate credit card! 💳

Each Team has a single Admin. Multiple Admins is not possible.


Each member on a Shift for Teams subscription has the ability to any emails, apps, and workspaces to their own setups, providing your team with maximum flexibility to customize their setups to suit their individual workflows. Shift for Teams does not share login or setup information in any way.


Permission/Feature Member Admin
Ability to add unlimited emails, apps, and Workspaces and use extensions for their own setups

Access to Team Dashboard

Ability to purchase and manage Team Members

Is the main point of contact for account changes and billing questions

Wanting to add some more structure to your members’ setups? We recommend creating Workspaces and giving your team members view-only access. Learn more here.


Unified Billing

Each time your annual Shift for Teams subscription renews, or each time you add more team members throughout the year, you get a single invoice for each transaction that gets sent to your Admin. The annual renewal date is based on the date the Admin first purchased a subscription. The Admin can check the renewal date anytime by heading into the Billing section. See how to find the renewal date here.


Each time an additional license is purchased throughout the year, the amount charged will be prorated based on the length of time between the renewal date. More about this here.


Teams Dashboard

The team Admin gets access to a dashboard that can be used to purchase additional team licenses and manage team members. 


How to get started

For all the ins and outs on how to set up a new team, check out this article.


What's Next?

Read more about Shift for Teams here.


Check out our privacy and security section here.

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