From your Enterprise account, you can easily create sub-organizations and allocate monthly credits for emails and users to each of them.
Create a sub-organization from your Enterprise account
When creating a sub-organization, you get to define the general settings, which apps are enabled for the sub-organization, and its usage limitations.
To create a sub-organization from an Enterprise account:
- Log into your Enterprise account.
- From the homepage, click Add sub-organization.
Step 1: General settings
Define the profile details and general settings of your sub-organization.
- Account name: enter the name of the sub-organization.
- Email: enter the email address of the main user of the sub-organization.
- Language: select the language of the sub-organization.
- Timezone: select the timezone of the sub-organization.
- Click Continue.
The sub-organization has been created. You can now enable the apps for the sub-organization.
Step 2: Apps
Choose which apps are enabled for your sub-organization. You can always manage which apps are enabled later. To learn more, check our dedicated article Manage the apps for your sub-organizations.
- Toggle the apps you want to enable for this sub-organization.
- Click Continue.
Step 3: Consumption limitations
Set the limitations for users and emails for your sub-organization.
- Invite members of your team to manage the sub-organization.
- For emails, use the slider to define the number of credits you want to allocate to the sub-organization.
You can always change the usage limitation later. To learn more, check our dedicated article Edit the usage limitations allocated to a sub-organization.
The overview on the homepage shows:
- The number of sub-organizations you have added / The number of sub-organizations included in your plan
- The number of users you have added / The number of users included in your plan
- The number of emails sent / The number of emails included in your plan
If you have set no limitation on the number of sub-organizations, users, or emails sent, you can also see the eventual overages.
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