Hologram supports creating organizations so that multiple users can share access to the same devices and billing account. Users can be members of multiple organizations, and every device is owned either by an organization or directly by a user. This is similar to how organizations work on other collaborative platforms such as GitHub.
Click on the icon in the top right corner of the dashboard to expand the organizations dropdown:
This dropdown will list all organizations you have joined. To create a new organization, select Create Organization. This opens a form:
After creating the organization, you may invite others to join. Enter the email addresses for people to add. If they do not already have a Hologram account, they will receive a link to create one.
Collaborators may be granted one of three access levels in an organization:
The creator of the organization has a special Owner access level, which grants the same permissions as Admin.
The dashboard shows information related to a single context (an organization or your personal account) at a time. You can tell the active context by the icon in the top left of the dashboard, and the color of the left sidebar.
To change the context that you're viewing, click the top-right organizations icon. The dropdown displays the current context first, along with other organizations you are a member of currently.
Below that are links to switch context back to your personal account or to any other organizations that you are a member of.