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With the new 10 member limit for free version, does that include guests?

Emma Monks
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March 11, 2024

We use Trello as a team. So all of the team are members, then we have some additional teams as guests. 

Now Trello is moving to a 10 person limit on the free version, does that include guest members? 

Could we select 10 people to be core members to stay in the free limit, then move anyone else to guest? 

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Brittany Joiner
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March 11, 2024

@Emma Monks guests still count towards the collaborator limit, a guest just means someone that is part of boards but not officially a workspace member. For instance, if i create a workspace, and i add you to a board in that workspace but not to the workspace, you're a guest. If i add you as a workspace member, you're part of the workspace and can join any workspace visible board, create your own boards in that workspace, etc. But either way you count as a collaborator. 

In the example you laid out, you could have your 10 person team be members of the workspace and pay $50/mo total for everyone there with standard, and then you can have as many single board guests as you want. But you will be charged for anyone who is part of more than one board, so if you have 10 core members and then 5 guests that are on multiple boards, you'll need to pay for 15 people. 

Alternatively if you think you could operate with all of the folks in one board, you could technically just upgrade yourself ($5/mo) and then add the other core members and the guests in a board and you won't be charged for any of them as long as they aren't added to other boards.

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