DigitalOcean Teams

Teams are how you manage your billing and infrastructure on DigitalOcean. When you sign up for DigitalOcean, you are the only member of your default team.

You can work by yourself by remaining the only member of a team. You can also collaborate with others by inviting more members to teams you own. Each team member has one of three team roles (owner, biller, or member) which determines their level of access to the team’s shared resources, billing information, and settings.

Your personal DigitalOcean account is where you manage your team membership and your name, sign-in method, and email subscriptions.

Learn more about team roles (owner, biller, and member), shared resources, billing, and limits for DigitalOcean Teams.
Use the DigitalOcean Control Panel to create new teams and share resources.
Invite new members to a team, resend or revoke team invitations, change roles, or remove existing members from a team.
Increase team security by requiring all team members to sign in with Google, GitHub, or a DigitalOcean account with 2FA.
Add public SSH keys to a DigitalOcean team to make it easier to add keys to Droplets during creation.
Manage your team’s SSL certificates for use with DigitalOcean Load Balancer SSL termination and custom Spaces CDM endpoints.
View a team’s security history to see a record of actions taken on the team, like logins, resource creation and deletion, and password changes.
If you enjoy DigitalOcean and want to share it with friends and colleagues, you can earn credit by referring others with a team’s unique referral link.
Delete a team to remove it from the control panel.

Latest Updates

12 April 2024

  • Team members with the biller role can no longer access information about shared resources. Previously, billers could access this information via the API, but not the control panel.

28 January 2022

  • To continue improving collaboration on DigitalOcean, we have begun incrementally converting existing customers’ personal accounts to team accounts.

26 January 2022

  • All new signups on DigitalOcean can now invite teammates immediately upon creating their account.

For more information, see the full release notes.