Invite and manage members of your team.
You can manually invite, suspend, and promote/demote members to admin roles from the workspace members settings page.
G then S to go to settings, then go to Workspace > Members
Manage members under Settings > Workspace > Members. The workspace members page should not be confused with team members pages, located under each team's settings, which manages team membership only.
Go to the Settings > Workspace > Members to invite full members to your workspace. Members have full access to the workspace and any issues and projects that are not part of private teams.
Inviting members differs depending on your plan and login configuration.
Invite members individually via email from Settings > Workspace > Members. You can paste multiple emails at a time separated by commas. New users will receive an invite link via email along with steps to join the workspace.
The easiest way to invite members is to add an allowed email domain. Anyone with a matching email will be prompted to join when they create a Linear account.
Go to the Settings > Workspace > Members to invite guests to your workspace. Guests have limited access to your workspace and can only access data in the teams they've been invited to join.
Guests can be invited to join one or multiple teams as well as private or public teams. They see a limited view in settings and can only be invited by admins.
Follow the same flow as inviting a full member but select the Guest role in the dropdown.
You can turn full members into guests and vice versa from settings by selecting the three dot menu next to the user account in Settings > Workspace > Members.
Only admins can invite guests to teams in your workspace, as guest seats are paid seats.
Inviting a member to your Linear workspace gives them access to the workspace. They'll still have to join at least one team during the onboarding process and be given a selection of teams to join.
We recommend providing guidance if you have more than one team. Members can join or leave any team in the workspace as well as view and create issues in all teams, whether or not they're members of those teams.
On free plans, all members of the workspace have admin privileges. On paid plans, the creator of the workspace and/or whoever pays for the subscription are granted admin roles. Admins can grant or remove admin roles by looking up the user in the workspace members page, then clicking the three dot menu and selecting to promote to admin or make a member.
Admins on paid plans are the only users who can:
- Invite and suspend members
- Update billing or change plans
- Enable integrations
- Import or export issues
- View the audit log (Plus only)
Anyone can search for and view members in their workspace from the workspace members page. To suspend someone from the workspace, click on the three dot menu next to their name and then choose suspend. They'll be removed from the workspace and unable to access it unless unsuspended.
At the moment, there isn't a way to remove or hide suspended members from the member list but you can filter the list to not show these members. On paid plans, regular members will not see suspended users in the list.
To view issues created by or assigned to suspended users, navigate to their profile. You can do this with the direct link
linear.app/workspace-name/profiles/username. If you do not know the username, an admin can find the link by clicking on the user's photo or name on the Members list.
To leave a workspace but retain the option to join it again, you can leave your workspace voluntarily. Filter for your name and then click Leave Workspace. View all accessible workspaces by clicking + Create or Join Workspace.
All Linear plans allow unlimited members. On free plans, anyone can manage and invite members to a workspace. On paid plans, only admins can do so as it affects billing. Full members and guest accounts have the same price per seat.
Yearly subscribers will be charged or credited a prorated amount when members are added or removed to their workspace. Learn more about billing and plans.