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What is a 'Seat'?



  • Scott Adams

    Where is the definition of "seat"?

    I am trying to determine if one user is able to use their license on multiple machines?

  • Matt Surka

    Hoping to gain some clarity around this phrasing:

    "When you subscribe to Unity, you purchase a number of seats, which concede access rights, according to Terms or Service, for each person in your Organization that will be using Unity software.

    For example, if you have 10 users on your Organization, you need a Unity Pro subscription with 10 seats, with each seat costing $150/month."

    The first sentence indicates that you need one seat for every person who will be using Unity.

    In the second sentence, "users" refers to people who will be using Unity (i.e., the Unity dev tools, not whatever software we develop with Unity), correct?

    For example, if you have 10 people in your organization but only 5 of them will be using the Unity dev tools, you need a Unity Pro subscription with 5 seats (not 10), correct?

    Thank you.


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