If you were invited to join a Paperspace team, this article will give you a quick overview of what that means, how to accept the invite, what you have access to, and how to leave a team if you choose.
New to Paperspace and not quite sure what that means? You can reach out to the email address of the Team Owner that invited you (located in the invitation email) or refer to this quick Paperspace Overview.
You've Been Invited to Join a Team on Paperspace!
When you receive an email inviting you to join a Team, that means that someone using Paperspace would like to collaborate with you on the platform. As a Paperspace user, you can be a member and/or owner of as many Teams as you'd like.
Accepting an Invite as a New Paperspace User
If you've received an invite but don't have a Paperspace account yet, welcome! Click the link in your invitation email or go to Paperspace.com to sign up. Create your account and confirm your email address. Once you do that, simply follow the instructions below for existing users.
Accepting an Invite as an Existing Paperspace User
If you're already a Paperspace user, you'll receive an email prompting you to sign in and accept your invitation. Log in to your Paperspace account, and click on the Manage Teams section on the menu next to your profile icon in the Console.
Check the Pending Team Invitations section.
Accept the invitation, and you'll automatically be taken to the Team but will stay on the same page.
Leaving a Paperspace Team
If you want to leave a Paperspace Team, click the Teams Settings menu by clicking on your profile icon, and select the Members tab and click the Leave Team button.
Note: If you leave a Team, any resources that you created or had access to on that team will no longer be available.
What can I do as a member of a Paperspace Team?
As a member of a Team, it will be up to a Team Owner or Admin to determine what access you have to certain resources. An Owner or Admin may assign a machine to you, and depending on the Team's subscription level, you will have access to shared Gradient resources like Notebooks, Jobs, and Storage. You can run your own Gradient Jobs and Notebooks as a member of the Team. Your Team Owner has complete control of billing for the Team and can remove users at any time.