You can manage your team members from the Team settings page.
- Click the Pages button and look for the Settings option.
- Now, select the Members option.
From the Member overview, you can invite new team members. You can also see who hasn't accepted your invitation yet. When they do accept your invitation, you'll be able to see their last login.
1. Invite members [back to top]
You can invite members straight from the Members page. Click the Invite members button.
Team owners and Team Administrators can invite someone by email. If you want to invite more than one person, use a new line for every invitee.
Use the Advanced option if you don't want to share every page in your team, but a selection.
Your invitee will get an automated invitation by start.me. Click Accept to gain access to the shared page. You'll need a free start.me account. Once a team is upgraded to PRO, all team members will become PRO automatically.
2. Define roles [back to top]
The team owner can select the role of every team member.
They function on a team level.
|User Role||User Rights|
3. Grant editing rights [back to top]
If you want to give individual users the rights to edit a single page, this is possible.
- Click the Shared button of the page you want to grant editing rights to.
- On the Share page settings dialogue, go to 'People who can edit this page' link.
- Select the team member you want to grant editing rights to.
- Click Done to confirm.
If you want to change ownership of your team to someone else, please contact our support team.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Whitelist your email domain [back to top]
If you want to grant users in your organization access, you can do this by inviting them individually. You can also ask us to whitelist your email domain so they can sign up for your team automatically.
This is how it works:
- Let's say that your organization uses the email domain @yourteamdomain.com.
- Every team member has a unique email address, like Mike@yourteamdomain.com or Elsa@yourteamdomain.com.
- You can ask us to whitelist the second part of your email address: @yourteamdomain.com.
- Now your team members can sign up with their unique email address, and automatically gain access to your team pages.
You can manage this setting from the Team portal.
5. Single Sign-On [back to top]
A team portal (e.g. https://yourteam.start.me) allows your co-workers to login to your team pages automatically with their existing work-account (Google/G Suite, Microsoft/Office 365, etc) using Single Sign-On (SSO). They don't even need a start.me account.
We support the following SSO user authentication standards: OAuth, SAML and OpenID.