How to change ownership of your Screencast-O-Matic Team Premier plan.

Transfer ownership of a Team account

What is an Account Owner?

An Account Owner is different from an Account Admin. Account Owners are Super Admins and can perform several activities that Account Admins cannot. There can only be one Account Owner per Team Plan. If needed, you can transfer account ownership from one user to another.

What can an Account Owner do?

  1. Manage all content, analytics, users, and settings for the team
  2. Add Account Admins
  3. Add Billing Contacts
  4. View billing, usage, and plan information
  5. Cancel or upgrade the team plan
Even though there is only one Account Owner, a Team Plan can have multiple Account Admins. If you need to add Account Admins to your account, check out our support article here.

Transfer account ownership

As an Account Owner, follow the steps below to transfer the ownership of your Team to another user.
  1. Log in as the Account Owner of the Team plan.
  2. Click your user badge () in the upper right corner and select Settings.
  3. In the menu on the left, click Company Profile to open the Company Profile page.
  4. Under Account Owner (Super Admin), click Transfer Account Ownership.
  5. You will be prompted to enter an email address for the new Account Owner.
    1. The email address must be associated with an existing user on your Team.
  6. You will need to confirm that you are transferring the ownership of your Team Plan to the new owner.
  7. After successfully transferring a Team Plan to a new Account Owner, you will no longer have Account Owner permissions.

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