My Team Plan does not require account creation; How do I access the tools?
The Administrator of your Team Plan can enable team users access to the creator tools without having to create a user account. If this is the case for your team, you will access our tools by visiting the unique Custom Access Page setup by your Team Admin.
Accessing your team account might also require a password. Please contact your organization's Team Admin to get the required information for accessing our tools.Contact your Team Plan Account Admin and ask them to provide you with the unique Access URL for your organization's Custom Access Page. This URL can be found in the Account Admin's account under Settings > Team Feature Access and will be formatted as https://screenpal.com/[uniqueURL].
If you are an Administrator and you are looking for information on how to create Access Pages, please see our article about Feature Access Settings
Access ScreenPal as the member of a Team Plan
As a member of a Team Plan, there are several ways you can access our tools. Sign Up Link If your Team Administrator sends you a sign-up link, click it to sign into your existing ScreenPal account, or create a new account, and request access to your ...
How do I know if my account has been added to a Team Plan?
The steps below assume that you already have an account that is associated with a Team Plan. If your organization has a Team Plan that does not require you to create an account to access our tools, see My Team Plan does not require account creation; ...
Join my Team Plan
If your organization purchased a Team Plan that requires you have an account with us (for example, you need an account to host videos and images on our site), you need to join the Team Plan to access advanced features. There are a few ways you can ...
Team Admin: Feature Access Settings
Definitions Team Creator: A user who has consumed a creator license by launching a creator tool (i.e. Screen Recorder, Video Editor, Screenshot, or Image Editor). Licenses are not tied to a specific computer or user. Instead, a license is consumed ...
Creating Groups for your team
If you are are and Admin of a Team plan, you can create collections of users called Groups. Your Team Members can then share content to groups without having to select individual Team Members. Create a new group 1. To get started, log into your ...