Learn how to work with other developers on Expo projects.
Deprecated: The following guidelines on giving access to other developers or team members have been deprecated and are no longer valid on a Personal Account. If you creating a new account and looking to add team members, we recommend creating an Organization instead of a Personal Account. Organizations are more flexible and allow you to manage and share access to your projects within a team.
You can grant other users access to the projects belonging to your Personal Account or Organizations. The type of access depends on the granted role.
You can invite new members to your Personal Account, or any account you administrate, from the Members page in your dashboard. You can only add users with Expo accounts as members; you can direct them to https://expo.dev/signup if they don't have an account yet. You may have up to 100 members and pending invitations combined for a single account.
When adding new developers to your projects, who are publishing updates or create new builds, make sure to add the
ownerproperty to your project's app config.
Access for members is managed through a role-based system. Users can have the owner, admin, developer, or viewer role within Personal Accounts.
|Can take any action on an account or any projects, including deleting them. (Note: the Owner role is not available on your Personal Account)
|Can control most settings on your account, including signing up for paid services, changing permissions of other users, and managing programmatic access.
|Can create new projects, make new builds, release updates, and manage credentials.
|Can only view your projects through Expo Go, but can't modify your projects in any way.
To remove members, go to the Members page and revoke access.