How do I add team members to my project? Sophia December 07, 2018 21:00 Updated You can add team members to your project through the Unity Editor or from the services dashboard. For more information, see Adding team members to your Unity Project. Related articles How do I access an existing Unity Project on which Collaborate is enabled?? What can Owners, Managers, and Users do in an Organization? How do I invite a new User/Member to my Organization? How do I transfer my Project to a different Unity Organization? UNet Deprecation FAQ Comments 4 comments Sort by Date Votes Michael Chabin March 25, 2017 09:59 Hi, I teach several classes on Virtual Reality at Indiana University. It would be fantastic if my students could use Collaborate and name me and the Assistant Instructors as collaborators. That would mean we would have direct access to their project so we can provide help any time from anywhere. However, I seem to be limited to 15 collaborators. That is more than enough for most Indy projects and the limit makes sense. It also makes sense that you weren't targeting Education when you implemented Collaborate. That said, it is a brilliant tool for students and I would give a lot to be able to access all my student's work. Is that possible? 0 Sophia March 27, 2017 14:21 Hello Michael, Are you seeing an error message that is preventing you from having more than 15 team mates? - Sophia 0 Michael Chabin March 29, 2017 16:48 Hi Sophia, No, I didn't get an error. Collaborate listed something like 30 projects listed but I saw only 15 projects that I could actually download. I checked the web to see if there was a limit, but could find nothing However, I thought I remembered in a Unite Europe video, that in the rollout, the speaker said there would be a limit of 15 so I put 2 and 2 together and came up with 7. Now I can see all the projects I am supposed to see, so I think I asked the question too soon. Thanks for the quick response. I think you work for a brilliant company that makes it possible for students to do amazing things. I am very grateful. So are they. Thank you, Michael 0 Sophia March 29, 2017 16:52 Hello Michael, Thank you for your kind words! I'm glad you got your projects sorted :) If you ever encounter issues again, or if you have any questions, feel free to submit a ticket at support.unity3d.com and we can email you directly. - Sophia 0 Article is closed for comments.