Organizations allow you to collaborate as a team. Learn how to create, manage, and invite users to your team.
With your Koyeb account, you can create and join organizations to collaborate as a team. Each organization has its own billing information, plan, resources, and members.
The documentation covers the following:
You can create an organization from your personal account settings in the control panel.
For each organization you create, you will have to:
At the moment, you cannot be a member of more than 5 organizations. If you need more please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can switch between organizations via the control panel by clicking on:
For each organization you are a member of, you can add team members by going the organization members page.
To invite a member, you need to enter the email address of the person you want to invite and click the Invite button. When this action is performed, an email is sent to the person to join the organization.
If the email address is not registered to Koyeb, the person will be able to view the invitation and join the organization after creating an account.
While the invitation is not accepted, you can:
You can manage the members of your organization via the organization members page.
From this page you can:
An organization needs to have at least one member. If you are the last member of an organization, you will need to delete the organization and all associated resources to leave it.
Each organization has its own activity containing the history of actions performed on the organization. This allows organization members to have a detailed trail of the organization's activity.
You can access the centralized stream of all user activity within your organization via the activity page.
Each organization has its own, isolated resources such as: apps, services, deployments, instances, secrets, container registry configurations, metrics, logs, domains, plan and billing details, activities, API access tokens, and more.
Important: API access tokens created by users will not be revoked when the user is no longer a member of the organization but deactivated. That means API access tokens created by a user who left or was removed from an organization will still exist but not work anymore. If the user rejoins the organization those API access tokens will be reactivated.
Each user can be a member of a maximum of 5 organizations. If you need more please email us at email@example.com.
The maximum number of members per organization is based on the organization's current plan.
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