Under settings, you may have noticed a tab called "subaccounts". But what is a subaccount?
A sub-account is an account that is attached to the main account, i.e. it uses the same credits that are available on the main account, but it cannot add credits itself. A sub-account will be similar to the main account and visually there is no difference.
What is the advantage of a sub-account?
A sub-account can be used to divide a company account into sections. This can be useful if you want administrators over departments or only certain users to buy credits. It is also possible to have your logo on a sub-account.
Likewise, if you have side businesses, you can share the main account but assign each sub-account its own VAT-number.
In the diagram below we have tried to visualize how a setup with sub-accounts could look like.
An administrator on the main account will be able to access all sub-accounts. However, this feature can be turned off if you do not want access to it. It should also be noted that this is managed from the bottom up. I.e. the main administrator has the potential to manage all users on all sub-accounts. On each account, there are groups (here e.g. HR and Admin.) these groups can have individual administrators.