How many users can share and edit the same project I started? Is there a maximum?
Hi Andries,If you have a free account, then you can invite 5 more people to each of your projects. If you have a Premium account, then you can invite 25 more people to each of your projects. Regards,Clyde
OK thnx Clyde. But in the case that we have approx 100 users on one project.... what then?Split up the project?please your adviceAndries
Hi Andries,Yes. You can divide your projects into smaller, manageable sub-projects. I suggest that each task be assigned to just one directly responsible individual. This way, it would be easier to determine who's responsible for what.A project with 100 users would typically be a very big one. For most projects of this size, it's normally divided into smaller committees. Say for a product launch, you have the designers, programmers, marketers, and other type of groups. So 100 user would be spread out to different projects.Of course, these are just assumptions and I'm not aware of your specific use case. So if you can give me more details, I may be able to provide a suggestion suited to your specific need.Best Regards,Clyde
Thanks v.m. Clyde, it's a theatre production with lots of volunteers. I discovered too that it is impossible for one supervisor to check approx. 100 people ;-). In this case, I could divide the project in:- Director/Writers/Actors- Decorbuilders/props and Costume (designers/sewers, - Technicians (Music/Sound/Lightning), - PR people (posters/advertising/press and - Handling (ticketsales/licenses/parking/First Aid/guards).So 5 committees with 5 directly responsible individuals. We then need 5 Premium accounts I presume??Kind regards, Andries
Andries,If each one of those projects has a supervisor, yes, 5 Premium accounts.Regards,Brendon.
Hi Brendon,Great and fast support! Top.Its a deep dark night in Holland and I didn't expect to get an answer at this time. Were do you live? Clyde mentioned also 'subprojects'. Is that something as an option available in a project?Regards, Andries
Andries,Yes you can make any project a sub-project, but in terms of how sharing works, it would act as a normal project. And I am in Canada.Regards,Brendon.
Thnx! I will present your software at my client and make a proposal. And test a small project to discover Todoist for myself. Have a nice evening!Regards, Andries
Brendon, if i want to share a task with more than 5 persons. Only I need to have the premium account? or all of them?thanksCristian
Hi Cristian,Free users can share project up to 5 people while premium users can share up to 25 people. If one of you was premium, that should be more than enough. ;-) Best Regards,Clyde