An account is represented by an email address, and allows you to create and manage video projects. Within this account, you can create organisations that will let you to manage and categorise projects.

Your profile represents you personally within the application. The application uses the details you provide (first and last name, avatar, job title) to represent you in the areas you work.

An organisation represents a structure (company, association, self-employed person, etc.). In each organisation, you can manage and categorise the organisation’s projects. Your Skeem account is linked to your email address and therefore to you.
However, you can work for or with other organisations. This is why your dashboard lets you see all the projects that you working on, categorised by organisation.

Go to skeem.io. Once the page has loaded, click ‘Create an account’.
Enter your email address and password and click ‘Create my account’. Then enter the information about your organisation and your profile, and click ‘Continue’.
A confirmation email will be sent to the email address provided. Click the link to create your first project.

Go to skeem.io. Once the page has loaded, click ‘Log in’. Enter your email address and password and click ‘Log in’.

Go to your Skeem dashboard at app.skeem.io. In the menu bar, click your name at the top right. In the drop-down menu, click ‘My account’. A window will open. Click ‘Account settings’ to display all the editable fields of your account. Make the desired changes and click ‘Save’.

Go to your Skeem dashboard at app.skeem.io. In the menu bar, click your name at the top right. From the drop-down menu, click ‘My account’. A window will open. Click ‘Account settings’ to display all the editable fields of your account. Make the desired changes and click ‘Save’.

Go to your Skeem dashboard at the address. In the menu bar, click ‘Dashboard’ at the top left and then ‘Create a new organisation’. Enter the required fields and click ‘Continue’. Your new organisation will appear at the bottom of your dashboard.

A status enables different rights to be granted to members of an organisation. There are three statuses: Standard, Admin and Super Admin.

Only members of an organisation can have the status of Admin or Super Admin.

You can manage the statuses associated with the members of the organisation by accessing the team from the dashboard.

Standard User

Standard users have no administrative rights over the organisation.

They can only see and access projects that they have been invited to.

Admin

Administrators are standard users who can also:

  • Add and remove project participants
  • See all the projects of an organisation
  • Create and delete projects
  • Manage the organisation’s team

Super Admin

Super administrators are administrators who can also:

  • Manage the account
  • Manage payment information

In Skeem, it’s important to know the difference between statuses and roles.

 

A status grants rights at the organisation level. Access to payment, for example, depends on your status within your organisation.

There are three different statuses: Standard / Admin / Super Admin.

 

Different roles enable different rights and interfaces within projects. Changing a project’s schedule, for example, differs depending on your role.

There are two different roles for project participants: Creator / Client.

A team is a space designed to bring all the key members of the organisation together.

However, anyone can belong to a team.

Being a member of a team gives you additional rights and access.

Only team members can have Admin or Super Admin status

Only team members have access to the Drive (Plus plans and above)

From your dashboard, click the name of your organisation to open the general menu, and click on your organisation’s team. A window will open. Click ‘Add a member’ at the top right. Enter the required information and select the role for the member you are inviting, then click ‘Send invitations’.

From your dashboard, click the name of your organisation to open the general menu, and select a team (your organisation’s team or a client team). A window will open displaying all the team members. For the member you want to remove, click the three dots on the far right side of their name and click ‘Remove’.

The Drive is linked to your organisation, and lets you share files and media with all the members of your team, independently of your projects and their participants.

Skeem’s invoicing is clear and simple: You pay a monthly subscription charge with a one-month commitment.

There are 4 plans available: Lite / Plus / Premium / Enterprise

The plan can be changed at any time. All changes are made immediately, with the invoice adjusted on a pro rata basis (when changing to a higher or lower plan).

View our plans in detail

Read our terms and conditions in full

You can delete your account at any time by sending an email to support@skeem.io with “Delete Skeem account” in the subject line.

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