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Enterprise Plans Only

This feature is available for Enterprise plans only. For more information about other benefits that are included with Enterprise plans, check out our Pricing page.

Extended Team Management

The Extended Team Management features provide you with the ability to create teams to organize your users and assign concurrency at the team level, along with the ability to create additional Organization admins. If you already have an enterprise plan that includes Team Management, Migrating to Extended Team Management is an easy process.

You can add users, set their concurrency limit, and associate them with a parent account on the Team Management page. You also have the option to invite users, in which case they set their own user name and password, or you can set the username and password yourself. 

  1. On your Sauce Labs dashboard, click your account menu.
  2. Click Team Management.
  3. At the bottom of the page, next to Users, click Add User.
  4. If you want to invite a user by email and allow them to set their own username and password, enter their email address and click Invite.

    User Settings for Invited Users

    If you invite a user by email, you will need to wait until they accept your invitation before you can edit the concurrency settings for their account and associate them with other accounts.  

  5. Enter a Username and Password for the user, along with an optional First Name and Last Name
  6. If you've configured Single Sign On (SSO) for your domain, select SSO User and usernames and passwords will be automatically generated by your identity provider. 
  7. Under Concurrency Limit, enter the number of VMs and Devices you want to allocate to the user.

    Default Concurrency Allocation

    By default, any users you add to your account will inherit the total concurrency limit for your account. If your account has multiple users associated with it, it's possible for them to consume your account's entire concurrency allocation if they run tests at the same time, or even consume the entire concurrency allocation of your larger organization. Understanding Concurrency Limits and Team Accounts explains how this can happen, and suggests some ways to prevent it.

  8. Select Admin if you want the user to be able to manage concurrency allocations for their peers and sub accounts. 
    If you want users associated with your account to also be able to add users, you need to select this option under Access Settings, as explained in Enabling Your Subaccounts to Add Users to Your Account.
  9. Click Done
    If you want to continue adding users, select Continue Creating Users and then click Done.