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In this article
- Consultant plan features
- Inviting users on the Consultant plan
- Consultant and Team plan differences
Consultant plan features
A team in Miro is a collection of boards and projects created by users that are part of this team. The Consultant plan allows you to create a separate workspace for each client and supports built-in team privacy: users from Team A are not able to see users in Team B, even though both Teams are under the Consultant plan umbrella.
✏️ A user who is a member of several teams within your Consultant account requires one paid license only.
Inviting Users on the Consultant plan
The plan provides several ways of sharing your work with other users.
- Inviting team members with Full or Occasional license (available with Day Passes enabled)
When inviting new members to you Consultant account, you can choose the type of license for these users - Full or Occasional (with a Day Pass). If you are planning to collaborate with a person on a regular basis, feel free to select the Full license for them. If the invitee needs access to your account several times a month, you may add them with on Occasional license. The user will consume Day Passes ($3 each) when opening boards on which they have editor rights. One Day Pass equals 24-hour access to the account. At any time, you can switch an existing user between Full and Occasional. Their experience will not change at all, because this update only affects how you pay for their license.
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- Sharing boards with non-team editors via email (available with Day Passes enabled)
Day Passes also allow you to share a board with an external editor via email without the need to add them to your team.
- Inviting free guest viewers, editors, and commenters via a shareable link for free
Make your board public and share the link with your collaborators - anyone with the board link will be able to view/comment/edit the board depending on the access level you select.
- Sharing boards with non-team viewers and commenters via email for free
Viewers and commenters explicitly invited to your boards via email don't get added to the team.
Consultant and Team Plan Differences
The Team plan is perfect for organizing collaboration within a distributed team working together on the same projects, while the Consultant plan is tailored to professional consultants working with clients on a full-time or project basis and/or consultants that organize workshops. Why choose the Consultant plan?
The multiple teams feature allows you to collaborate with all of your clients using a single Miro account. Creating a separate team for each client helps to ensure that your clients only see those boards that are shared with them and belong to their project.
Take advantage of cost-efficient pricing model designed for consulting teams that have numerous occasional collaborators in various projects they run in Miro. Day Passes will allow you to separate and attribute specific content to specific users who will access your boards securely and on a temporary basis.
Watch these helpful tutorials to learn the common use cases and client collaboration options on the Consultant Plan.