Organizations ("orgs") provide your team a way to manage resources in a shared workspace. Any resources created by the org are owned by the org and accessible to its members.
# Creating an org
Click the context switcher in the top-left of the page and select the button labeled New Organization:
You'll be asked to enter the org's name, which functions as its username, and an email address. This email address will receive system notifications (like error and usage emails). We recommend using a group email address so everyone can monitor team resources.
# Inviting users to an org
# Removing members from an org
Visit https://pipedream.com/settings/users and click the ... to the right of any user. Choose the option to Remove User.
# Switching context
At the top-left of the Pipedream app, you'll see a drop-down menu titled with your username. When you click that, you'll see a list of any orgs you're a member of:
This is called the context switcher, and sets the context for creating resources in the Pipedream app.
By default, you operate within your user context. All resources (workflows, event sources, connected accounts, etc.) you create within this context are owned by your core Pipedream user: the username you created when you signed up for Pipedream.
When you create an org, you'll see that org listed in the context switcher. When you select that org from the context switcher, you'll switch your context to that org. You'll see resources owned by the org here. Any resources you create in this context are owned by the org, not your personal user.
# Migrating workflows from your user to your org
If you are running resources in your user account, but want to move those to your organization, reach out to the Pipedream team.
# Org admins
Org admins have permission to:
- Remove users from orgs
- Manage the org's billing details
# Adding new org admins
By default, the user who created the org is the org admin. To change ownership or assign new admins, reach out to the Pipedream team.