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    Working With Your Team on Botster

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      Do you work with data?

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      • Automation
      • Data extraction
      • No-code tools

      Teamwork makes the dream work! I do want your dreams to come true. This is why Botster offers you the opportunity to work in a team.

      In this step-by-step guide, you’ll learn:

      • How to create a team on Botster
      • How to manage your team
      • How to switch between different teams


      How to create a team on Botster

      • Click on your avatar in the top right corner:

      • Click on ‘My team’ in the dropdown menu:

      • Enter your team name and click on ‘Save’:


      1. How to invite a team member

      • To invite one or more users to join your team, enter their emails and click on the ‘Invite user’ button.

      ⚠️ Before sending invitations, mind you that your team members will be able to do the following:

      1. Invite or remove other members
      2. Start, edit and remove jobs
      3. View your custom bots
      4. View and edit your bot library
      5. Buy credits
      6. View and share data

      • The invited user will get a confirmation link per email:

      • Once the invited user has clicked on the link, this user gets added to your team. Their email will be shown under yours in your team section:


      2. How to remove a team member

      There are two ways to remove a team member from your Botster team.

      a) The invited user hasn’t accepted your invitation yet.

      Click on ‘Revoke invitation’ opposite the invited user’s email:

      b) The invited user has accepted your invitation.

      Click on ‘Remove from team’ opposite the invited user’s email:


      Managing your team

      Once you’ve created a team, you and your team members can perform the following actions:

      1. Invite or remove more members

      See the guide above.

      2. Start, edit and remove jobs

      When one of the team members launches a job, all team members can see it.

      Starting a team job

      • Click on your avatar in the top right corner and select your team.
      • Launch a bot of your choice:

      Editing a team job

      • Head to ‘Team jobs’:

      • Find the necessary job (e.g. ‘Automation fans - Job 1’) and click on the three dots menu in the top right corner:

      The available team job editing options will appear. These include:

      1. Moving the team job to archive
      2. Starring the team job
      3. Renaming the team job
      4. Creating a copy of the team job
      5. Deleting the team job
      6. Downloading the team job as an Excel, CSV or JSON file

      Removing a team job

      • Head to ‘Team jobs’:

      Find the necessary job (e.g. ‘Automation fans - Job 1’) and click on the three dots menu in the top right corner:

      • Click on ‘Delete forever’.

      ⚠️ Remember that all the job results will be destroyed, and there is no undo.

      3. View your custom bots

      If you’ve ordered one or more custom bots, all your team members can access them in the like-named section:

      4. View and edit your bot library

      A bot library is a selection of bots that you use most frequently. For example, if you are a recruiter, and your team uses LinkedIn bots most frequently, you can add these to your team library.

      Browsing your team library

      • Click on your avatar in the top right corner and select your team.
      • Click on ‘Team library’ to browse your bots:

      Adding bots to your team library

      • Click on your avatar in the top right corner and select your team.
      • Select a bot.
      • Click on ‘Add to library’:

      Now you can find this bot quickly in your ‘Team library’:

      Removing bots from your team library

      • Head to your ‘Team library’.
      • Hover your mouse over the purple ‘Added’ button:

      • The text on the button will change to ‘Remove’:

      • Click on ‘Remove’. Done!

      You can add this and other bots back to your team library whenever necessary.

      5. Buy credits

      ⚠️ Every time before buying credits, check if you are in your team’s profile or in your personal profile.

      To buy credits for your team, follow these simple steps:

      • Click on your avatar in the top right corner and select your team.
      • Open the payment page. On top, there will be a warning stating that you are buying shared credits for a certain team (e.g. for the ‘Automation fans’ team):

      • Buy credits using your credit card or PayPal account.

      Shared credits will be written off from your team’s account every time when one of your team members launches a job.

      6. View and share data

      If you launch a bot from your team’s profile, the resulting spreadsheet will be visible to all team members.

      To share data with anyone else who doesn’t belong to your Botster team, follow these simple steps:

      • Click on your avatar in the top right corner and select your team.
      • Head to your ‘Team jobs’.
      • Find the necessary job.
      • Click on ‘View data’:

      • The resulting spreadsheet will open in a new tab. Click on ‘Change’ in the top right corner:

      • A pop-up window will appear. Click on ‘Copy’ to copy the link to the resulting spreadsheet and then click on ‘OK’:

      You can give this link to anyone to let them view the results.


      Switching between different teams

      You can create only one team but you can be a member of numerous teams. You can easily switch between them:

      • Click on your avatar in the top right corner.
      • Select the necessary team in the ‘Switch teams’ section (e.g. either ‘My team’ or ‘Automation fans’):

      Once you’ve selected a team, you’ll be able to see this team’s jobs and library:

      You can perform all the actions described above with any of your teams.


      FAQ

      How many teams can I create on Botster?

      You can create one team.

      Can one user belong to numerous teams created by other users?

      Yes, this is possible.

      Can anyone create a team on Botster?

      This option is available to paid users only. The number of team members you can add depends on your plan:

      • Free Plan: option unavailable
      • Pay-as-you-go Plan: 1 extra member
      • Basic Business Plan: 5 extra members
      • Pro Business Plan: no limit

      Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships. (@ Michael Jordan). Let your Botster team win the scraping championship!

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      Do you work with data?

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      • Automation
      • Data extraction
      • No-code tools
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      Botster is a no-code platform

      • Extract data from the web
      • Monitor changes
      • Automate repetitive actions
      • Build your own bots
      • Use ready-made solutions
      • Custom projects for Enterprises
      • No coding knowledge required
      • Free to try
      • Web based
      • Teamwork supported
      • Results in CSV or Excel