What’s a PRO+ team?

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A PRO+ team is managed by the PRO+ account holder. They can invite anyone with a Typeform account to collaborate on typeforms in shared Workspaces.

What Team plans are available?

  • PRO+3 allows you to enjoy PRO+ benefits plus a Team feature of 3: you (account holder) + 2 team members (users) = 3 seats in total
  • PRO+5 allows you to enjoy PRO+ benefits plus a Team feature of 5: you (account holder) + 4 team members (users) = 5 seats in total
  • PRO+10, PRO+15 and PRO+20 allow you to enjoy PRO+ benefits plus a Team feature of 10, 15 or 20:
    • PRO+10: you (account holder) + 9 team members (users) = 10 seats in total.
    • PRO+15: you (account holder) + 14 team members (users) = 15 seats in total.
    • PRO+20: you (account holder) + 19 team members (users) = 20 seats in total.

In addition, when you sign up for a PRO+ plan with 10 or more seats, you’ll get a dedicated Account Manager, who’ll help you make the most out of your subscription.

Find out all you need to know about joining PRO+ in our Step by Step guide:

Need more team members than a PRO+20?

If that’s the case, please fill in this typeform and we’ll get in touch with you to create a customized plan.

To learn more about the benefits of the PRO+ plan, please read this article: Why go PRO+?

PRO+ account holder powers include:

  • Invite any Typeform user, on any plan, to create, edit or simply view typeforms in any Workspace that belongs to your PRO+ account.
  • Manage team member’s access to different Workspaces that belong to your PRO+ account.
  • Have a private Workspace for personal use with all PRO+ features without any team members.

PRO+ team members:

  • Benefit from all PRO+ features while working in the shared Workspaces even if personal Typeform account is BASIC.
  • Have sole access to personal Workspaces.

For more information please have a look at these related articles:

How can I subscribe or upgrade to a PRO+ plan?

How can I adjust my PRO+ plan?

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