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Invite team members

Who has access?
- Grammarly for Business and Grammarly for Education admins

To invite team members one by one: 

  1. Go to the Members page and click Invite members in the upper-right corner.
  2. In the window that appears next, enter the email addresses of the people you’d like to invite and click Invite members.

Note: If all seats on your subscription have been allotted, your payment method on file will be charged a prorated amount for additional seats needed to invite more team members.

To invite multiple team members at once:

  1. Go to the Members page and click Invite members in the upper-right corner.
  2. In the window that appears next, choose Import list.
  3. Next, click on the Download template link.
  4. Add the email addresses of the team members you’d like to invite to the downloaded file. You can leave the “Name” and “Group” columns empty.
  5. Return to the previous window and click Choose file.
  6. Optional: If you choose the Replace the existing member list option, any team members who are not included in the file will be removed from your subscription.
  7. Upload the file and click Continue.
  8. Click Confirm to confirm the action.

To join your subscription, invited members will need to click the link in the invitation sent to their email addresses.

If your team members can’t find the invitation emails after checking their spam folders, ask them to add info@em.grammarly.com, info@send.grammarly.com, and donotreply@grammarly.com to their contact lists. Afterward, send the invitations again.

If the invitation emails are still not going through, please follow the steps in this article: I don't receive emails from Grammarly. What do I do?

Alternatively, you can invite team members by sending them a unique link to join your subscription. To do that, click Invite members and then click Copy next to Invite by Link:

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Note: Invite links are only available for teams with unique domains and are not available for teams with generic domains like @gmail.com or @yahoo.com.

If your organization uses SAML single sign-on, please see the instructions in this article: Add team members with SSO activated

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