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Team management

Teams can have multiple Netlify users as members, and your Netlify user can be a member of multiple teams.

# Team settings and information

When working with sites or team settings, the current team name is displayed at the top of the page next to the Netlify logo. If you are a member of more than one team, you can select the team name to open a menu to select a different team.

Default team

If you are a member of more than one team, you can change the default team that appears on login by going to your user settings.

Once you’ve selected a team, you can access the team’s overview, sites, domains, members, audit log, billing, and other team settings.

# Access or modify the team account slug

Team Owners can find and edit the team’s account slug by going to

. The slug is an important detail to include when requesting support.

Team Owners can upload a team logo to display on the Team overview by going to Team settings. Select

, then select Upload image. After uploading your image, select Save.

# Logo image guidelines

  • Maximum file size: 1 MB

  • Supported file formats: PNG, GIF, JPEG (.jpeg and .jpg), WebP

  • Resolution: There are no resolution or aspect ratio restrictions. Images will be resized and cropped as needed to fit the display area. Images will maintain their aspect ratios when being resized. Cropping may be horizontal or vertical but never both. The size of the image on the Team overview page will be 230 pixels wide by 230 pixels tall.

# Team overview

On the Team overview page, you’ll find basic information about your team and sites in one place, including usage information, a list of team Builds, your team Members, and the latest Audit log information.

What’s available depends on your team’s plan and your user role. You can visit the pricing page for details on plan features and team roles for details on user permissions.

# Team usage

The Team overview helps you monitor your team’s usage, showing you the number of team Members and how much build capacity and bandwidth your team is using.

To monitor usage of metered features, you can find the current amount of Bandwidth used by your team as well as how much bandwidth is available. This data updates daily.

You can monitor team sites that use the most bandwidth. To review the top bandwidth usage, go to

. Learn more about these options in our bandwidth usage docs.

You can also find the number of Build minutes used out of your team’s total monthly allotment, updated every hour. You will need to refresh your browser to load the updated Bandwidth and Build minutes used data.

Use Concurrent builds to gauge how much of your team’s capacity for concurrent builds is being used across all of the sites in your team in real-time.

Owners and Billing Admins can access additional team usage information under

. Learn more about usage and insights.

# Recent activity

The Audit log lists the latest actions made by members of your team so you can monitor what changes are being made, when, and by whom. In the Members list you can find recently added team members, or you can add a new member by selecting Add members. You can also find a list of your recently updated Sites, and you can create a new site by selecting Add new site. The list of latest Builds is updated every minute and displays the current build state such as completed, building, or failed.

# Create a new team

To create a new team, select the team menu at the top of the Netlify app, then select Create new team.

Choose a name for the new team, then pick a plan. (For more details on plan features, visit the pricing page.)

Review your team information, enter your payment information, and select Create team.

# Transfer team ownership

As the Owner of a team, you can add one or more additional Owners and then remove or demote yourself using the following directions.

Multiple Team Owners aren’t available on all plans. If your plan doesn’t allow multiple Owners, contact support for assistance instead.

  1. To make an existing member an Owner, change the team member’s permissions to the Owner role. Or, add a team member with the Owner role.

  2. On the Members page for your team, select

    or to remove yourself or change your role.