To create or manage Organizations, sign in to the Unity ID dashboard and select Organizations from the left navigation bar.
You can use Organizations to segregate your Projects by the entity for which they are being developed. You can create as many Organizations as you like. To keep your activities for different companies or personal use separate, use a seperate Organization for each entity.
Separating your activities through Organizations also facilitates seamless personnel changes. For example, if an employee leaves the company, you can reallocate their seat because the subscription is tied to the Organization instead of the user.
To create a new Organization:
The following sections describe the information and tasks available for your Organizations from the Unity ID dashboard.
With an Organization selected, click Members & Groups from the left navigation bar to view or add members and groups within that Organization, or assign user roles.
To work with other users, you must give them access to your Project(s). To do this, either:
Adding a user to an Organization or a Project allows them to view information about a Project. For example, they can view Project AnalyticsA data platform that provides analytics for your Unity game. More info
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For the user to work on Projects, as opposed to just viewing information, they must have a seat tier that matches the Organization’s subscription tier. If they do not have one of their own, you must assign them one. For more information, see Subscription Seats.
You can assign different administrative roles to members of your Organization. Each role grants access to certain functions within the Organization.
To assign a team member to a role:
Note: Organization Managers can also assign member roles. However, they can only assign the role of User or Guest.
All Organization members can access all of the Organization’s Projects.
To assign a member a different role for a specific Project:
If the specified user does not have a Unity Teams seat, Unity assigns them a seat automatically. If you do not want the user to collaborate on the Project using Unity Teams, uncheck the Also assign a Unity Teams Seat to this user checkbox. For more information on Unity Teams, see Working with Unity Teams.
For information on allowing Organization members to work a Project, see Adding team members to your Unity Project.
Note: Because Services are enabled on a per Project basis, and each Project is tied to an Organization, only that Organization’s Owner can enable and disable Services for its associated Projects. Regardless of your subscription tier or seat, you need certain roles or permissions within an Organization to use Services features or view related data on the Unity Services Dashboard.
With an Organization selected, click Subscriptions & Services from the left navigation bar to manage your Editor and Unity Teams subscriptions.
To view the status of a subscription, select the subscription you wish to view from the list. The subscription details page allows you to add and assign seats for that Subscription. It also allows you to extend or upgrade your subscriptions.
With an Organization selected, click Service Usage from the left navigation bar to view your Unity Teams cloud storage allocation and usage.
Unity Teams includes some cloud storage, which you can adjust on a month-to-month basis. Click Manage storage to add or subtract space. For more information on managing storage, see How Do I Get More Cloud Storage In the knowledge base.
With an Organization selected, click Edit Organization from the left navigation bar to change the Organization’s name and contact information. Only the Owner can change these settings.
With an Organization selected, click Payment Methods from the left navigation bar to manage the credit cards that Unity stores for the Organization. Valid payment methods are required to purchase subscriptions or cloud storage.
With an Organization selected, click Transaction History from the left navigation bar to view records of your purchases and payouts. Select a date range to query, then click Apply to view records for that period.
The Purchases tab reports purchases you’ve made during the specified period. The Payouts tab reports payments you received from Unity for ads revenue. To receive payouts, you must set up a payment profile by clicking Payment Profile in the left navigation bar. For more information on Unity Ads revenue, see Revenue and payment.
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