Collaborate with your colleagues, share results, and track all the experiments across your team
Use W&B Teams as a central workspace for your ML team to build better models faster.
  • Track all the experiments your team has tried so you never duplicate work.
  • Save and reproduce previously trained models.
  • Share progress and results with your boss and collaborators.
  • Catch regressions and immediately get alerted when performance drops.
  • Benchmark model performance and compare model versions.

Create a collaborative team

  1. 1.
    Sign up or log in to your free W&B account.
  2. 2.
    Click Invite Team in the navigation bar.
  3. 3.
    Create your team and invite collaborators.
We also offer Self-Hosted installs for on-prem or private cloud customers.
Note: Only the admin of an organization would be able to create a new team.

Team Trials

We offer free trials for business teams, no credit card required. During the trial, you and your colleagues will have access to all the features in W&B. Once the trial is over, you can upgrade your plan to continue using a W&B Team to collaborate. Your personal W&B account will always remain free, and if you're a student or teacher you can enroll in an academic plan.
See the pricing page for more information on our plans. You can download all your data at any time, either using the dashboard UI or via our Export API.

Common Questions

Move runs to a team

On the project page:
  1. 1.
    Click the table tab to expand the runs table
  2. 2.
    Click the checkbox to select all runs
  3. 3.
    Click Move: the destination project can be in your personal account or any team that you're a member of.

Send new runs to a team

In your script, set the entity to your team. "Entity" just means your username or team name. Create an entity (personal account or team account) in the web app before sending runs there.
Your default entity is updated when you join a team. This means that on your settings page, you'll see that the default location to create a new project is now the team you've just joined. Here's an example of what that settings page section looks like:

About your Team's Profile

You can customize your team's profile page to show an introduction and showcase reports and projects that are visible to the public or team members.

Highlight your work

Present reports, projects, and external links.
  • Highlight your best research to visitors by showcasing your best public reports
  • Showcase the most active projects to make it easier for teammates to find them
  • Find collaborators by adding external links to your company or research lab's website and any papers you've published

Add Social Badges to your Intro

In your Intro, type / and choose Markdown and paste the markdown snippet that will render your badge. Once you convert it to WYSIWYG, you can resize it.
For example, to add a Twitter follow badge, add [![Twitter: @weights_biase](]( replacing weights_biases with your Twitter username.

Team Management FAQs

Invite team members

You can invite new members to your team by going to In order for a user to be added to a team, they have to already created a wandb account.
If you have an Enterprise account, please contact your Account Executive to invite new members to your team.

See privacy settings

You can see the privacy settings of all team projects on the team settings page:<your-team-name>

Remove members from teams

When a team member leaves, it's easy to remove them. Team admins can open the team settings page and click the delete button next to the departing member's name. Any runs that they logged to the team will remain after a user is removed.

Account types

Invite colleagues to join the team, and select from these options:
  • Member: A regular member of your team, invited by email by the team admin. Note that a team member cannot invite other members.
  • Admin: A team member who can add and remove other admins and members
  • Service: A service worker, an API key useful for using W&B with your run automation tools. If you use the API key from a service account for your team, make sure to set the environment variable WANDB_USERNAME to attribute runs to the correct user.
  • View-Only (Enterprise-only feature): members can view assets within the team such as runs, reports, and workspaces. View-Only members can follow and comment on reports, but they can not create, edit, or delete project overview, reports, or runs. View-Only members do not have an API key.

Change the account settings for an organization

If you're a paid user, then you can go to your 'Subscriptions' page and click on the three dots next to the 'Account' next to your organization name. You'll be then able to edit the billing info for your organization, add seats to your org or contact sales to upgrade your plan.
Similarly, if your organization is still on trial then you can go to your 'Subscriptions' page and click on the three dots next to the 'Account' to update your account settings. Then, you'll be able to add seats to your org, contact sales to upgrade your plan, etc.
Update Account Settings of an Org

Change the billing user of an organization

Change the billing user of your organization by clicking on the "Manage members" button on your subscription page.

What kind of permissions are placed on team projects?

On a team, there are two main different types of users: admins and members. With these two different types of users, there are different permissions given to each group.
  1. 1.
    Team admins have permission total access to modify team projects even if they were not the ones who had created them. This includes, but is not limited to, deleting runs, projects, artifacts, and sweeps.
  2. 2.
    Team members are more limited in what they are able to delete. They can only delete runs and sweep runs that they created. Even if another team member moves a run to another member's project, the project owner will not be able to delete the run. Only the member that had created the run or the team admin can delete the run.
  3. 3.
    Team members with View-Only account types can not create, edit, or delete team projects, runs, or reports.