Relevant for: Enterprise Plan
The Flexible Licensing Program (FLP) is our most common licensing model. With FLP your licenses scale as your usage grows. Estimate your organization’s needs and add or remove licenses without any upfront fees, retroactive costs or contract changes.
Learn more about our Enterprise licensing.
How the Flexible Licensing Program (FLP) works
A review of your FLP subscription happens every 180 days. At the end of the 180-day period, customers will have a data-driven discussion with their Miro contact person to decide how many of their new users need a full license going forward. The contract will be amended with additional licenses and zero retroactive fees. The rest of the users can be removed completely, or limited to only view and comment access at no additional cost.
FLP license upgrades
Users can have a Full, Free or Free Restricted license. Certain actions trigger a license upgrade on FLP subscriptions.
Learn more about managing licenses on FLP.
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Auto-upgrades to a Full license when:
License upgrade request sent to the Admin when a user:
⚠️ Guests are never automatically upgraded.
FLP user access
Each user can have different Miro roles (Member, Guest, or Visitor) in multiple Miro teams within one Enterprise Plan.
Learn more about Miro roles and license types in User access levels on Enterprise Plan.
Members on a Full license can:
Members on a Free Restricted license can:
Guests on a Free license cannot create or see boards shared with a team, see or join projects shared with a team
Guests on a Free Restricted license can:
Visitors don't need to register for Miro or have a license.