Manage Team Members

Users of MeisterTask's Pro, Business and Enterprise plans can form teams consisting of multiple team members and one or multiple administrators.

The Benefits of Forming Teams:

Forming a team has many benefits: you can assign different roles and access rights to team members; you can create groups in order to quickly share projects with multiple people at once; you can get insights into your team's productivity with statistics & reports; as the administrator, you can handle the billing and management of team members; you can create team projects; and much more. 

Please note: Every team member requires their own license. If you want to form a team with 10 people, this means that you have to purchase 10 licenses. You can do this while first signing up for your team's paid plan, but you can also purchase additional licenses later on if needed. 

How to Manage Team Members:

Open the My Account area and use the sidebar on the left to navigate to "My Team". 

How to add team members:

You can add team members via email (1) or by sharing a secure invitation link with them (2). 

Alternatively, you can import multiple users at once by uploading a CSV file to MeisterTask. 

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Edit, Disable or Remove Team Members

Hover over a team member until the little gray triangle appears on the far right side of its entry. Click on the triangle to open the member menu. 

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The following options are available in the menu:

Edit: Change the team member's name, email address or password.

Disable: Disable a team member (temporarily), without completely removing them from your team.

Remove from product: You can remove individual team members from MindMeister or MeisterTask.

Make admin: Assign admin status to a team member. 

Remove from team: Permanently remove a team member from your team. 

Create and Manage Groups:

As a Business team, you can create multiple groups and add team members to one or more of these groups. You may for instance create a group for each department in your organization, or a group for your management team. You can then easily share mind maps with entire groups at once, rather than adding each user's individual email address in the share dialog. 

To create a new group, click on +Add Group and give your group a name, such as "Marketing" or "Team Leaders". Once the group is created, you can drag and drop users from your team onto the group to add them to it. 

To rename or remove a group, hover over its name until the little triangle appears next to it, then click on it to open the context menu. 

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