Note: Starting September 1st 2021, when view-only guests are added to a Team, they will be considered a paid guest seats, and will take up a paid guest seat.

This may add one or more member seats to your Workspace in order to cover the cost for the additional paid guest seats.

If you have view-only guests included in Teams prior to September 1st, we'll let you know, so you can be prepared to adjust your Teams or available seats according to your preference!

Are you tired of having to individually assign tasks to multiple people? Or maybe you're unsure of who to assign tasks to? 

With Teams, you can create groups of people that you can assign to tasks, mention in comments, and even add watchers in bulk. 

For example, you could create a "Design" team, and if you're unsure of which individual to assign a new design task to, you can assign it to the whole team and figure it out later! Plus, if you have a question for the whole design team, just @mention them in a comment and the whole team will get notified! 

Teams save you tons of time when you're working with groups of people. 

Unlimited Plan Workspaces are able to create one team. Business+ plans can create unlimited teams. Learn more about our plans here.

How to create a Team

Note: Only Admins and Owners can create Teams and add/remove members.  

  1. Go to your Workspace settings

  2. Select Teams  

  3. Click Create Team  

  4. Name your Team

  5. Add members, including guests, to the Team

Involved in multiple groups or departments? No worries! There's no limit to how many Teams you can be added to. 

Where to use Teams

You can use Teams in the following areas:

Team Access and Privacy

When working with Teams in areas that not all members of the Team have access to, a list of the users that do not have access will appear, along with the option to give them either task or List access, and what permissions. 

Here, you will be able to choose to invite the members or click Don't notify  to ignore.

You can also view what Teams a user is in by viewing their profile.

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