What can Owners, Managers and Users do in my Unity Organization?


  • I am an Owner, Manager or a User for a Unity Organization
  • I would like to know what administrative rights different user types have in my Unity Organization.


As a member of an Organization, you will have different administrative rights depending on whether you are an Owner, Manager, or a User. Different roles give access to certain levels within in the Organization. 


Owners access all settings in any of their Organizations' subscriptions, across all projects. Owners are the only users who have access to the payment instruments, invoices and billing data at the Organization level.

Managers can access most settings in any of their subscriptions, across all projects. Managers can add users, access Unity Ads revenue data, and do almost everything an Owner can do. They cannot however see billing and credit card information for the Organization.

Users can only read and view data (with the exception of Ads revenue data), not edit it.

If you are an Owner or Manager, you can manage and change settings in the Organization(s) you are a member of. To do this, first log into the main Unity website here.

Once logged in, click the Organizations option to the left.

Once in the Organisation tab, click the 'cog' button on the far right alongside the name of the Organization you wish to manage.

On the following page, on the left hand side of the screen, you can go through different settings to manage your Organization.


To Add members to a Organisation click the members tab as seen above, next you will need to click the 'Add New' button on the far right.

On the following screen you can add the email address of the user you wish to add to your Organization, select their role within the Organization and click the green 'Add' button.


More Information

For more information on Organizations please go to the following link

If you would like to download your subscription invoices, please see the guidance here.


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