Managing users in your Slido license

  • 16 November 2023
  • 0 replies

Userlevel 4

Slido allows you to add users to your annual plan for an additional fee so they can create their own slidos and benefit from all the features your license comes with.

Available in our Engage plan (Annual) and higher.


In this article:


Add users to your license


Depending on your preferred option, our annual plans come with 1 - 3 user seats. You (the license owner) can log in and start creating slidos right away. If you want to add colleagues to your license, you can purchase additional user seats and invite them as users or admins depending on their future competencies.

Go to Pricing page to check the number of user seats included in our plans


To invite your colleagues to the license, or purchase additional seats:

  1. Log in to your account
  2. Select Team from the left sidebar
  3. Click Invite or purchase seats if this is an additional user
  4. Enter the email of your new user and select Send Invite


Invite new users to your license


You can check, resend, or cancel pending and expired invitations in the invitations tab. Email invitations expire after 30 days.



Update roles and change member access


You can flexibly deactivate, reactivate, and remove members and set their roles according to your needs.

  1. In your account, go to the Team tab
  2. Click the three dots to open a menu next to the selected team member
  3. Select Change role and choose an updated role for that team member
  4. Click Save


Changing roles of team members


You can always deactivate or remove someone from your license and then add them back later. Or invite someone else if you need to.



What’s the difference between an admin and a user?


All license members can by default create new slidos under the license, but you can control their rights by setting a specific role for them.

  • Admin and Owner can both see, create, and edit the slidos of all the other license members – and update roles. Both can access the Organization settings, but only the owner can access and change SSO settings.
  • User can create and access their own slidos, but cannot access ones created by other users – unless they are invited as a co-host.


Slido roles explained


 See the below chart to better understand Slido roles and their capabilities.


  Owner Admin User *Guest
Create new slidos
Create and edit polls within a slido
Manage Q&A within a slido
Access all other members’ slidos
Invite co-hosts to their slidos
Update other members’ roles
Access Organization settings
Change the license owner
Manage individual slido settings
Access SSO settings


*Guests are external co-hosts who are free to invite, but can only access a single slido at a time. 


0 replies

Be the first to reply!