When you upgrade to the new enterprise plan, you'll notice that you now have some new options in the main navigation. Up here we see that we now have team, admin, and your name for a new profile section. Just before we dive into each of these, let's take a look at the new structure for the speed curve enterprise plan. At the top [00:00:30] here we have your main account or your organization, and this is where we hold all billing information so that you only have to be invoiced once, and this is where we have the budgets, so the enterprise plan starts at 50,000 checks per month.
Now underneath this, which is new, is we have a team structure. This is really useful when you're a large organization and you have multiple teams working on different web properties, [00:01:00] or you're an agency and you have multiple clients and you want to set up a new set of dashboards for each one of those clients and control access permissions across those different teams as well.
We have users. We can now add multiple users and give them different access permissions to either view or edit settings and the data and speed curve. And then underneath there, we have the sites [00:01:30] that you'll already be familiar with that you've been used to editing through the sites menu.
And this now allows us to invite multiple users and give them different access permissions and even set up multiple teams. These users can belong to multiple teams and even to different organizations, so it's a really flexible structure that allows you to set up speed curve in lots of different ways that [00:02:00] suits your organization.
So in this example here, we are pretending to be Conde Nast, which is a large publisher in the US. And they have a number of website properties related to publications like WIRED Magazine, New York. So in this team, our account would set ourselves up as WIRED. We're on an enterprise plan, so we can now go into the admin section [00:02:30] and we see a bunch of options here that we can use to set up and manage new teams.
So on the first page here, you'll see the plan and usage. This is where you can see your plan information, when it expires, and how many checks per month you have. And down here we have a handy usage graph that shows, for the WIRED team at the moment, this is how many checks per day they're currently using.
Let's [00:03:00] jump in an add a new team. So we can go to the team menu here. We see our existing WIRED team. You already have one of these by default in your current settings, and we can jump in here and add a new team. So we're gonna add a New Yorker team here. And we have the snippet here so you can see that it's added by default, [00:03:30] and this is just the little snippet that appears in the URLs, just personalizing your dashboards. We'll choose a time zone here. It's the New Yorker, it's [inaudible 00:03:48] in New York. And here we're just setting some of the site details for the default site that's going to be in your new team. And [00:04:00] grab the URL here, let's check and make sure it's right. Magazine, [inaudible 00:04:17] of it from the US East Coast.
So I can now go in here and add that new team. That'll get added to speed curve, and we see now that we have individual API [00:04:30] keys so we can interact with the API using those keys, and we can see that our budget has been split. So we originally had a budget of 50,000 checks per month, and now we have 25,000 checks per month, evenly split across those teams. And we can now see that, up in the top navigation, we've got a drop-down menu and we can see both of our teams. So now it's really easy to switch between our different teams. We can switch [00:05:00] over to the New Yorker here and we see all the dashboards for the New Yorker, and we can go into the settings and we see our new team, this being set up in all our normal settings that we're used to kind of editing. So we can go in here and add a site or add more templates, add more regions to monitor, all for the New Yorker team. And switching between them is as simple as jumping in between this [00:05:30] drop-down menu.
So now that we've got our new two teams set up, the New Yorker and the WIRED under the Conde Nast organization, we can go about adding more users and more admins to our organization. So first, if we go in here to admins, we can go in and invite more admins. Now, an admin is anybody [00:06:00] that has permissions for any of the teams across your organization. So adding an admin here will allow them to edit and kind of view both the New Yorker team and the WIRED team. And also any new teams that you add in the future. And so it's as simple as popping a name in. I'll make sure you invite Steve here. [00:06:30] And Steve has now been invited to join the Conde Nast organization. And Steve will get an email with an invite that he can accept and then you'll see him run into a proper admin here. And if we want to, we can go in and look at the status of the invite, and we can resend it or we can kind of delete it if we choose.
So that's how to give someone admin [00:07:00] permissions across your whole organization. And they'll also be able to come in and edit other things as well, like the name of your organization and the URL snippet as well, and see your usage and count up budgets and accounting information for the whole organization.
So that's how to invite an admin. If we just want to invite a normal user, we can jump into any of our teams. So let's jump into the New Yorker team here. [00:07:30] No usage yet because we've only just set up that team, so there's not much monitoring yet. And we can jump and we can start to add users to that team. So at the moment there's just the Mark Zeman demo, admin at the moment, because Steve hasn't accepted that invitation yet, and we can go in here and we can invite other people as well. So let's just invite a pretend person here. Bob Speedcurve. [00:08:00] And we can adjust the permissions, so for the New Yorker team, do we want them just to view the dashboards or do we also want to allow them to edit the monitoring settings so add more sites, add more URLs. So let's make Bob here just a view-only person, and we'll invite Bob. And they'll now have access just to the New Yorker team.
So basically an admin can see [00:08:30] all the teams, or you can go into the individual team that you want to adjust and invite people just to see the New Yorker. So when Bob logs in, he'll only be able to see the New Yorker team and all the dashboards associated just with that team.