Are you working on a team data modeling project? Find out about Vertabelo’s team account and how it can help you collaborate on a database model. Collaborating on database models, especially remotely, is challenging enough. Why pay for separate user accounts? In this article, we’ll explain Vertabelo’s new team account, its user roles, and its benefits. The Vertabelo team account makes collaboration on database models easier and more efficient. Let’s see why.
Like many other software and database development activities, data modeling is a collaborative endeavor —perhaps even more so than the others. In addition to ensuring that they avoid anti-patterns and follow the best data modeling practices, data modelers also need to facilitate the swift and agile development of the data model. For that, there needs to be a way to collaborate on the data model design process. Although Vertabelo’s basic and premium plans are enough for individuals, teams may require a bit more.
We listened to your feedback and improved managing Vertabelo team accounts. No more confusing switching back and forth between personal and team accounts. And since Vertabelo is all about modeling, we couldn’t stop ourselves from using database models to explain the upcoming changes. In the next couple of days we will introduce major changes to the way we handle Vertabelo team accounts. After the changes are implemented, each user account will either be a personal account or be a member of a team account.
If your 14 days company account trial period is going to end and you want to continue using the company account, there is an easy way to set up a monthly subscription for the appropiate number of users. In the Company menu click on Payments. In the Account plan section, click the Change account plan button. Pick the number of user accounts and enter a promotional coupon code if you have one.
If you need many accounts for your employees and don't want to pay for each account separately, create Vertabelo company account. A company account enables model sharing, inviting people, working on a model at the same time, and paying for group of workers. If you already have an individual account, set up a company account. In addition, a company account has all of the features of an individual Premium account (unlimited number of tables/models), extended with: ability to manage users/teams.