Purchase additional user seats for your account

  • 24 August 2020
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Slido is gradually rolling out a new user interface. If the below steps and visuals match what you are seeing within your account, then you are using the new interface and this article is for you. If not, please see this version.

 

Add colleagues to your annual subscription so they can benefit from Slido’s advanced features. Once you purchase additional user seats and invite people to join, they can create and manage slidos using their own accounts.

 

Available in any paid annual plan

 

In this article:

 

 

Purchase user seats

  1. Log in and go to your Team tab
  2. Select Purchase seats 
  3. Choose the number of seats and select Continue to complete payment
     
Purchase additional user seats

 

Additional user seat costs are not automatically prorated. If you are purchasing midway through your license, please contact support@slido.com.

 

 

Invite people to join your license

 

After purchasing user seats, invite your colleagues to join the license.

  1. Log in and go to your Team tab
  2. Click the green Invite button and enter their email address
  3. Select a role and click Send invite

Learn more about the different roles within Slido.

 

Invite colleagues to join your license

 

 

When inviting users, you’ll have the option to enable an invite link. This link allows anyone with your specific email domain to either automatically join or request access to join your license.

 

Simply share the link with anyone you’d like to invite to the license.

 

Enable an invitation link to share

 

Pro tip: Add additional domains to widen the scope of who can join your license. Just click on the listed domain to add more.

 

 

Manage user access

 

As a license owner or admin, you can fully manage access to the license. This includes editing user roles and/or removing access completely.

  1. Log in and go to your Team tab
  2. Select the three-dot menu next to any team member
  3. Observe the options you have for managing access (Change role, Deactivate member, Remove member)
     
Manage your users’ access to Slido

 

See our user management guide for more details.

 

 


 

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