Any editor in a team has the authority to invite new viewers and editors to your team. It is therefore important to keep a clear overview of how your team is set up and how it affects your team plan.
Note: If you are on the Enterprise plan, there is also the top-level entity of an Organization. An organization can consist of multiple teams, and allows you to set settings on a global level affecting all teams in the organization.
Finding your Team Settings
You can find everything about your current plan from the Team Settings. Follow these steps to open the team settings:
- Navigate to the Framer dashboard
- Select your team on the left-hand side.
- Next to your team name, select team settings under the
Note: Ensure that you click the
••• button next to your Team, not next to your name.
Breakdown of all settings
Within the modal window that appears, we have access to many different properties of our team.
Within the Details overview, we can change the team logo and the team name. The administrator may also delete the team here.
Inviting collaborators to your entire team, which means providing view or edit access to all projects within the team straight from the dashboard, can be done from the Invite section.
The Members section can be used to get a complete overview of all collaborators within your team. Use the search and filters feature to narrow down your search
Each member will also be accompanied by their role. For a breakdown of what each role means, visit this article.
Within this section, you are able to see exactly how many seats you are being charged for. Viewers are always free, while any editor, project editor, and admin will fill up a paid seat.
This overview also displays any past and upcoming invoices.
For Pro and Enterprise teams, you can add custom fonts to your entire team from the Fonts section. Any font uploaded will be available to the entire team and to all existing and future projects within the team.
Fonts can be uploaded to a single project, and thus also to the entire team.
Permissions can be set on a project basis, but Enterprise teams can also manage permissions on a team basis. Team permissions can be set from the team settings, allowing you to ensure all projects within the team follow these rules.
Learn more about team permissions by visiting this article.
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