Only a Team Owner and Admins can add or remove members
Team Owner is the person who created your organization's account in Avocode. Both Owner and Admin are able to manage team member settings and purchase a subscription. To date, Avocode billing works on a per member basis and is billed either monthly or yearly depending on your subscription plan.
Learn more about team member roles.
NOTE: One organization can have multiple teams only with the Enterprise plan.
We automatically charge our customer's credit card at the beginning of the billing period. The service is auto-renewal unless you cancel your subscription. In that case, you'll be able to use Avocode for the rest of the current billing period. After this period ends, the subscription is canceled, you won't be charged anymore, but you will also lose access to your projects and designs in Avocode.
Pro-rated billing for new team members
If you add a new team member during the billing period, we will charge you a prorated amount (to cover your new member's account for the remaining time of the already running billing period) at the end of your billing period.
Example 1: (Adding a member in the middle of MONTHLY billing period)
Let’s suppose your team is in the Business plan, which costs $12.99 per user per month and you chose the monthly billing (30 days period).
- There are already 4 people in your team, so you're paying $51.96 each month (12.99x4).
- Say, you add 1 new team member 10 days into your billing period (let's say on July 15th) so you have 20 days left, until the next payment. You will pay for this person's license at the end of your billing period (in 20 days). In this case, that would be on August 4th.
- Now let's do some math. The per-day cost of the Business plan is the full price divided by 30 days in a month. $12.99 / 30 = $0.433
- You are paying only for 20 days, so $0.433 x 20 = $8.66
- Let's see the bill. At the start of the next billing period, we'll charge you $12.99 for each member in your team (including the Team Owner) for the upcoming month. 5 x $12.99 = $64.95 + $8.66 (The amount for the 5th person you added 20 days ago).
- Your total is $73.61.
- If you won't add or remove any people in the upcoming month, next month you'll be charged again $73.61.
Example 2: (Adding a member in the middle of YEARLY billing period)
Let’s suppose your team is in the Business plan, which costs $12.99 per user per month and you chose the yearly billing (360 days period).
- Note that the price for the yearly plan is 25% lower per month in comparison to monthly billing. So a Business plan is not 12.99 but $9.75.
- There are already 4 people in your team, so you're paying $468 each year
($9.75 x 4 people x 12 months)
- Say, you add 1 new team member 10 days into your billing period (let's say on July 15th). You guys have 11 months and 20 days left until the next payment.
- You will pay for the fifth person's license at the end of the first month into your plan (in 20 days). In this case, that would be on August 4th. You will pay only for 11 months and 20 days, which remain till your team's next payment.
- Now let's do some math. The per-day cost of the Business plan is the price decreased by 25% (since you're paying yearly) divided by 30 days in a month. $9.75 / 30 = $0.325
- We mentioned that there are still 11 months and 20 days to go in this billing period: (11x30) + 20 = 350 - That's 350 days.
- We'll now multiply the per-day cost by the number of remaining days: $0.325 x 350 = $113.75
- Let's see the bill at the end of the first month. You will be charged: $113.75
Just to remind you, you already bought 4 licenses for a year, so now you're paying only for 1 person's license and the time he/she is using Avocode during this year.
- And what about next year? If you won't add or remove any people during in the next 11 months, you will have 5 people on your team and for another yearly Business plan, you will be charged $585 ($9.75 x 5 people x 12months)
Pro-rated billing for removed team members
The concept of proration also works when you remove a member during the already pre-paid billing period.