Editing plans and owners
You can add owners to your team, own multiple teams, and upgrade or downgrade your plan at any time.
Editing your plan
To start making changes, open the preferences dropdown by clicking the organization logo in the top left, then select Billing and Organizations Settings.
In Billing and Organization settings, click Manage Subscription, this will take you to your subscription page.
Here you can edit your billing info, view invoices, change your plan and add/remove plan seats. To change from from monthly to annual or vice versa simply select the option that is not high lighted in blue. To change between different plan types, select 'View All Plans' at the top. If everything looks good in the summary, hit "Confirm and Pay" at the bottom to activate your new plan.
To stay on the same plan but increase or decrease the number of seats in it, simply open the dropdown menu and select the new seat count. It's important to note that you can only downgrade your plan size if you don't exceed that plan limit. For example, if you have five organization members, you won't be able to downgrade to the three user plan until the two other members are removed.
Once the new seat total is selected, you'll see a summary of the changes that will be taking effect.
Adding & editing organization owners
Having one person maintain and update a Flow account doesn’t work for everyone, so we’ve made it possible to bring in other teammates to help out.
Organization owners can choose a new plan, update billing information, add/remove other owners and members, and can join all locked and unlocked teams. You can learn how to add new owners or manage existing owners here.
Owning multiple organizations
In Flow, you can own multiple organizations, which allows you to pay for different subscriptions separately. For example, you might own a personal account while also being an owner in your employer’s organization.
You can switch organization in the preferences drop-down; click the name of your other organization to view your teams.