You can invite members from the Settings area on CodePen. This is where you do all team management.
Team Member Roles
There are three different roles you can have when you are a member of a team.
|Occupies Paid Seat w/PRO Access*||Optionally||Optionally||✅ (1 Seat)|
|Invite/Remove Team Members||✅||✅||❌|
|Add/Remove Paid Seat w/PRO Access from Others||✅||❌||❌|
|Manage Team Profile||✅||❌||❌|
Changing Team Member Roles
Only owners and admins can change other members’ roles.
- Team owners can upgrade any other team member to be a team owner or admin. They can also downgrade other team owners to admins or members, or admins to members.
- Team owners can downgrade themselves to an admin or member, as long as there is at least one other Team Owner.
- Admins can upgrade any other member to be an admin, downgrade existing admins to members, or remove members from the team.
- Admins cannot remove team owners from being team owners.
Users are not directly notified of role changes.
If you’re a team owner you can remove anyone else from the team at any time.
Admins can also remove members and other admins, but not team owners.
If a removed user had PRO access, it will open up their seat for a new team member. Removing a member that was occupying a paid seat does not cancel the seat’s subscription. The team owner can manage the team’s subscription in their Billing settings.
One of the primary benefits of a PRO Team is that members of any role can have PRO access. That means having the full suite of PRO tools on CodePen, like Asset Uploading, Private Items, Collab Mode, Professor Mode, etc.
But, you might need a non-developer on your team to handle billing or manage the team roster. A team owner or team admin can set anyone’s role to admin or owner and remove PRO access from their account. Accounts without PRO access do not take up a paid seat on your team and do not have access to the features of CodePen PRO.
Changing Team Ownership
Team can have multiple owners.
Team owners can upgrade other members or admins to owners. So if you need to step down as team owner, first make someone else on the team a team owner, then remove your own owner role. You’ll be able to delete your account as long as you aren’t a team owner, if needed.