I did some searching, but can't find anything that answers my question.
--I currently have a couple of Boards under Trello Free.
--I'd like to upgrade to Business Class for one user (me) at $120/yr.
--No member of any of my Boards will be a member of more than one Board.
--I want to start a new Board for my family.
--I did see in the documentation that my family members (and other single Board members) will not have some BC features, but that's fine -- as long as I do.
So, do I properly understand how I can use Trello BC and only get charged for one user? I'm not married to any particular way to accomplish my goal (get BC features for me), so feel free to ignore my plan if it's dumb. :-)
I remain a bit confused about teams, users, members, etc. I find pieces of the answers I'm looking for in the docs and this forum, but nothing that wraps it all up for me.
From what I can tell it does sound like you are correct - if you are BC user for your "team", which is what you group boards under, you can have family members as guests on boards, BUT if they are ever on more than one board, you will be charged for them. As long as theyre only on one of your boards, you won't be charged, and I've noticed Trello in-app alerts are really helpful at making you aware of what's happening... you won't accidentally add someone and not realize it's, there's a pop up that says "hey this person is on another board, so if you add them to this board too you'll have to pay...". So i would say i think you're good, and you shouldn't get any sneaky surprises.
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