Understanding Project Types & Features

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Understanding Project Types & Features

Project type and Connect licenses go hand-in-hand. When you create a project, the license that is assigned to you also gets applied to the project. Some features may be restricted based on the license that is associated with the project. 

As a general rule of thumb, the following is a breakdown of the type of project that is created based off the license that is used/assigned to the project:

PROJECT TYPE

LICENSE 

Personal / Free Project

Trial or Personal license

Business Project

Business or Business Premium

Enterprise Project

Project License or Enterprise License


Overview of the Project Type & Available Features

PERSONAL PROJECT

BUSINESS PROJECT

ENTERPRISE PROJECT

Storage

10 GB

Unlimited

Unlimited

Project members

5 total1

Unlimited with some license restrictions3

Unlimited - no license restrictions

Project invitations

5 total2

Unlimited

Unlimited

Workflow Extensions

Available only for users with Business Premium4  

Available only for users with Business Premium4  

Available to all users - no license restrictions

  1. The number of project users includes removed users. Trimble Connect doesn't support re-inviting removed users to a project with a free license.
  2. Per the Personal license, you are only allowed to send 5 total project invitations
  3. Business projects require users to have a business or higher license. Personal license users can join up to 5 business projects with full access, after limit reached, users will have read only access 
  4. Users with a Business Premium license can collaborate in all project types and be able to use all the Workflow Extensions. If other members in the project do not have Business Premium, they will have Read-only access to any data created and stored in the Organizer or Property Set Service 

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