Organizations are shared accounts, allowing groups of people to collaborate on several bots at the same time. Your user account (which is your identity on SAP Conversational AI) can be a member of any number of organizations.
Create an organization
From your profile, you can create private and public organizations.
Public organizations, their public bots, and members are visible to all. Private organizations, their bots, and members are visible only to the members of the organization.
Manage an organization
An organization must always have at least one administrator. If an organization has only one administrator, the administrator will be unable to update their own role, remove themselves from the organization, or delete their account until they make another member an administrator.
Add or remove members
If you are the administrator of an organization, you can add and remove members from the organization. To add members, go to the Members tab and click + NEW MEMBER. To remove a member, go to the Members tab, click the dropdown to the right of the user’s name, and choose REMOVE FROM ORGANIZATION.
Change the organization’s settings
If you are the administrator of an organization, you can change the organization’s settings, such as change the organization’s name, assign permissions, make the organization private or public, and delete the organization. You do this on the Settings and Permissions tab.
If you change an organization from private to public, the existing private bots of the organization remain private, that is, they remain visible only to the members of the organization. (Note: To change a bot from private to public, go to the settings for the bot and click Danger Zone and then MAKE PUBLIC.)
If you change an organization from public to private, the existing public bots of the organization are also made private.
Create and manage teams
If you are the administrator of an organization, you can create and manage teams within the organization and assign additional permissions to them. See also Permissions.
You can create teams and add members on the Teams tab.
Tip: You can also add members to teams on the Members tab.
You can change the name of an existing team and delete teams on the Teams tab.
Transfer a bot to an organization
You can transfer an existing bot from your user account to an organization account, or from an organization account to another organization account.
If you transfer a bot from your user account to an organization account, you must be an administrator or belong to a team with Read and write permission in the target organization.
If you transfer a bot from an organization account to another organization account, you must be an administrator or belong to a team with Read and write permission in both the sending organization and the target organization.
For more information, see Permissions.
To transfer a bot to an organization:
Go to the Settings page for the bot.
Under Danger Zone, click TRANSFER OWNERSHIP.