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PageProof for Teams and Teams Plus

When you should look at PageProof for Teams or Teams Plus plan? Here are the differences in features explained.

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Written by Gemma
Updated over a week ago

PageProof for Teams or Teams Plus is perfect for a business, team, or department sending out proofs.

The difference between a Team and Team Plus license

PageProof for Teams license

  • No need to decide who in your team needs a license. Everyone in your email domain is covered, as well as any freelancers who are outside of your email domain.

  • Team administration to let you manage your user’s accounts, team settings, integrations and webhooks, and set up co-branding.

  • Enhance your workflows by connecting your business tools through PageProof’s native integrations with Slack, Microsoft Teams, and popular marketing tools such as, Asana, Trello, and more.

  • Our integration with Zapier is popular too as it lets you create zaps to over 6,000+ apps such as Google Sheets, Gmail, Wrike, Teamwork, Mavenlink, and so many more.

  • Support from our helpful team in-app for your team and reviewers whenever you need it.

  • Need any assistance with onboarding a client, or would like some quick team training to get you underway? This is available under PageProof for Teams.

  • And unlimited storage, proofs, and users!

Check out the comprehensive list of features for PageProof for Teams.

PageProof for Teams Plus license

All the benefits of a Teams license with additional features included:

  • Single sign-on

  • 10 x checklist templates

  • 10 x proof templates

If you want to purchase additional features on the Teams Plus, you can opt for one or more of the following:

  • Private comments

  • Advanced co-branding

  • Briefing

  • Webhooks

To upgrade to a Team or Team Plus license, click here.

If you would like to take advantage of what the PageProof for Enterprise plan has to offer, contact us at [email protected] – we’d love to speak further about your enterprise requirements.

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