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Finding the right plan


Hi there! Like so many others I am confused about the different pricing models.

 

I work for a IT consulting company. We would like to start to use Miro for workshops with our clients. Normally, there will be two consultants in one workshop and several people from the client.

 

If we think about using the business plan, does it mean we need at least to buy 20 licenses?

 

Does team member mean that you can create boards, whereas guest editors can only work on the already created boards?

 

Thanks

Ines

 

 


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@Ines Weigel -

How long (in days) would the client staff need to work with your consultants in Miro? In general, if you have multiple clients, the Consultant plan might be the best choice as you can create different teams to segregate your clients from one another.

Team members are able to create boards if they have full access. Anonymous guest editors are restricted to just the boards they have been given access to.

Kiron

@Kiron Bondale 

The client staff just a couple of days, perhaps even less.

But what about us consultants. Would we share one user to prepare for the different workshops? As the max team size is 2.

Thanks

Ines

 

Userlevel 6

@Ines Weigel -

I’d recommend having individual subscriptions by consultant rather than sharing the same account as otherwise when you are running the workshops it will get a bit confusing to tell “who is who”.

For the client participants since you are looking at only 1-2 days, you could use the strategy we have which is to get as many full user subscriptions as would be needed to support the number of concurrent workshops you’d run. So for example, if you will never have more than 3 concurrent workshops with a couple of participants in each, then you’d have six users for the clients and six users for your consultant staff (assuming two per workshop). Over the course of a month, you can switch the “real human” associated with a user account.

This tends to be a cheaper strategy than using a lot of day passes which are good when you have an occasional need once or twice a month to add a participant.

Kiron

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