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Manage multiple teams

Switch between your Float teams

Justyna Kawalec avatar
Written by Justyna Kawalec
Updated over a week ago

If you have a team in Austin, a team in London, and a team of freelancers who work remotely—it's easy to switch between accounts using a single Float login.

​📝Note: People, projects, settings, and billing and invoicing details are unique to each account and cannot be combined or shared.

Create a new team

At Float, you can be a member of several teams. To add a new team, simply click on the gear icon located in the bottom left corner of the page and select + Create new team.

Creating a new team at Float

This will open a sign-up page initiating a 14-day free trial for your new team. You can either log in with a Google account or create new credentials. For seamless switching between teams, ensure that the email address provided matches the one associated with your current account.

Signing up for a free trial

After clicking Start 14-day free trial, Float will recognize your email address. If you are logging in with your credentials, enter the password to your current account and click Create new team. If you sign up with Google, this process will be automatic.

Float recognizing your email address.

You will be prompted to enter the name of your new team.

And share some details that will help us better understand your needs.

📝Note: You will be automatically added to your team along with any teammates you added during sign-up.

Switch between teams

All your teams are listed under the Team gear icon. You can quickly switch between them by selecting the team name.

Sign in into multiple teams

Once you've been added to multiple teams, you'll see an additional page when you log in that lets you choose which team to access.

Float login page for multiple teams.

Your active projects and people are displayed underneath each team's name.

Projects and people of the existing team.

Additional notes

  • We do not currently support merging teams at Float. You'd want to use the export/import functionality or our API to transfer your people and projects to one team. Migrating allocations and time logs requires someone with programming skills to create scripts for transferring data via the API.

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