Managing Teams with InMotion Central

Learn How to Manage Teams With InMotion Central

With InMotion Central it’s easy to collaborate on website builds by creating Teams. Teams can be assigned to Projects where you can then add members and give them permission to access the areas they are working on. This guide will show you how to manage teams with InMotion Central.

How to Create a Team

  1. Login to InMotion Central.
  2. Click Teams in the main menu.
  3. You will then be on the Teams page. If you don’t have any teams created, the first thing you’ll see is an option to Create an Organization.
    Creating My First Team With InMotion Central

    If you have teams created already click the +New Team button.
    Creating Another InMotion Central Team
  4. You can now enter the following information for your new team and click the Create button.
    Creating a New Team

    OptionDescription
    Team NameEnter a name for your team that will help identify its purpose.
    WebsitePut the address for your website here, such as: www.inmotionhosting.com
    Contact EmailWe recommend entering a team or department email address here since things like ticket updates and deployment notifications will be sent there.
    Billing EmailThis field is not required. If you don’t enter an email address here bill items will be sent to the Contact Email.

After you have at least one team created, accessing the Teams page will show you a list of all your teams. You’ll see your team name, a note about billing, your role within the team, and an action button for additional options.

Viewing the List of InMotion Central Teams

Managing Teams

Now that you have teams set up, these are the steps to view or manage the profile, members, requests, billing, subscriptions, and receipts.

Team Management Options

In this section, we will show you how to access and go over the team management options.

  1. Login to InMotion Central.
  2. Click Teams.
  3. Click the action button next to the team you want to work with and choose the Profile option.
    Manage Team Profiles

We will now go over all the available areas that you can use to manage your teams.

Profile

Here you can view or edit the following information that was setup when you created the team: Team Name, Website, Contact Email, and Billing Email. Click the Update button to save any changes that you make.

Updating Team Profile Settings

Members

This will take you to a page that lists the team members’ names and roles, you can also access additional tasks here such as inviting new members, editing permissions, resending invites, and revoking invites.

Team Member Management Page

Requests

Visit this section to get support on your project or view ticket requests for this team. Open a ticket request by clicking the Open Request button, or start a chat by clicking the Live Chat button.

Viewing and Opening Team Requests

Billing

You can view or enter billing information for your team in this section such as first/last name, phone number, address, city, state, postal code, country, and credit card information. Click the Update button to save any changes that you’ve made

Updating Team Billing Information

Subscriptions

If this team has purchased any addons, upgrades, or subscriptions they will be listed here. For more information see our full guide on Managing Team Subscriptions and Receipts.

Viewing and Managing Team Subscriptions

Receipts

Here you can access and view receipts for any purchases your team has made from InMotion Central. Click the link under View Order to see the full invoice. For more information see our full guide on Managing Team Subscriptions and Receipts.

Viewing Team Order Invoices

How to Invite a Team Member

  1. Login to InMotion Central and click Teams in the main menu.
  2. Next to the team you want to invite someone to, click the action button and choose Members.
    Opening Members List
  3. Click the Invite Member button.
    Invite Team Member
  4. Enter the email address for the user you want to add to the team then click the Send Invite button.
    Sending Team Invite From InMotion Central

    After you send the invite, you’ll be taken back to the Members page. You’ll see the email address you invited, along with the invite status and when it expires. By default, the new team member’s role will be set to “Member”.
    Viewing All Team Members
  5. You can click the option button to change a team member’s permissions (team role), resend the invite, or revoke an invite by clicking the cog wheel next to it.
  6. In the email you received, click Accept Invite.
    Accepting a Team Invite From InMotion Central
  7. To sign in with your email, fill out your name and email address, then click Continue With Email. To sign in with Google, click the Google button. 

How to Change User Permissions

  1. Click Teams in the main menu of InMotion Central.
  2. Click the action button next to the team you want to work with and choose Members.
    Opening Members List
  3. Click the cog button next to the user you want to change the permissions for and choose Edit Permissions.
    Edit Team Member's Permissions
  4. A modal will pop-up where you can choose from 3 roles: Manager, Editor, or Member.
    Manager – Has full admin rights on the team
    Editor – Cannot manage billing
    Member – Cannot publish new environments or manage billing.
    Updating Team Member Permissions
  5. After choosing the new role click the Update button. You are finished when you see a message stating “Permissions Updated.”

How to Leave a Team

  1. Login to InMotion Central.
  2. Click Teams.
  3. Click the action button next to the team you want to leave and choose Leave Team.
    Leaving a Team
  4. You will see an alert stating “You will lose access to all clouds managed by this organization“, click the Leave Team button.
    Leave Team Confirmation

Congratulations! Now you know how to manage your teams using InMotion Central.

JB
John-Paul Briones Content Writer II

John-Paul is an Electronics Engineer that spent most of his career in IT. He has been a Technical Writer for InMotion since 2013.

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