Reduct becomes exponentially more powerful when you begin collaborating with others. You can invite teammates and collaborators to join you in a several different capacities - read more about user roles in Reduct, here.
Limits and billing
Depending on the plan you're on, you may have a limit on the number of editors (or guest editors) you can add to your organization, or the amount you are charged may be impacted by the number of editors in your org over the course of a billing period. Adding an additional editor to your org will incur an additional seat fee of $16/month if you are on a Pro plan, or $36/month if you are on a Team plan. These additional editors can use the transcription hours included in your plan, but you do not receive additional quotas with each added editor.
We do not charge for or limit commenters.
You have several options for how to invite somebody to collaborate in Reduct, and add editors to your org.
You can navigate to Settings > Users by clicking on your profile in the top-right of your screen, and click on the “New User” button. You can choose whether to invite them as an editor or as a commenter; either way, they will have access to all the projects in your organization.
You can also go to the settings for a specific project by clicking on the three dots - the “kebab menu” - on the project listing page, and enter their email address above the list of users already collaborating on that project, and clicking on “Invite ___ to this project”. You can select their role, and can choose whether they should only have access to this specific project, or to the org as a whole.
In a comment
And finally, you can invite collaborators right when you’re in the midst of it, and just mention them in a comment. By starting your comment with the “@” symbol and then typing their email address, you will be shown the option of inviting them if they aren’t already in the project and/or the org.