Fair Billing policy


Deekit is free for small teams up to 4 members. Teams with 5 full members or more are asked to upgrade to paid. We believe in fair billing and thus charge only for full members who have joined your team. Any pending invitations and single board sharing do not count.


  • You are only charged for full members on your team.
  • You’ll only be charged for members that are active on the day that you upgrade to a paid plan.
  • If you remove all members but yourself, you will be charged for a minimum of one member, unless you decide to downgrade to the Free plan.
  • Any changes to the number of active members will be reflected in your monthly statement.
  • Adding new members to a paid team

    If you are on a paid plan and add new full members partway through the billing cycle, we’ll update your subscription and charge for additional users next month. Remember, inviting full members does not affect your billing. But users who accept your invitations and join your team, do. We’ll keep track of all changes to your subscription and all changes are reflected in your monthly statement, too.

    Removing members from your team

    We keep track of how many full members are on your team. When you remove a user from your team, your subscription is updated. Again, all changes are reflected in your monthly statement.

    Types of members

    There are three types of users with different roles and access rights in Deekit:

  • Full members have access to all boards in a team, can see folders and use all standard features such as creating boards, uploading files, editing and much more. Full members affect your billing.
  • Restricted members have access to only selected boards that you have specifically invited them to. Restricted members can use all basic features to collaborate on already existing boards shared with them, but they cannot create new boards and edit or delete them. You can invite unlimited number of restricted members to your team and restricted members do not affect your billing.
  • Administrators can control all security and administrative settings: change team settings and details, change permissions, manage members and folders. Only administrators have access to team billing details.
  • Tip: You can read more about roles and permissions at Deekit.

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