Creating user groups
Before adding people to your Spirit account, you might want to create some user groups. Groups segment users for more tailored messages and analytics. When people sign up for Spirit, they will be asked which groups they would like to join. For more on groups, click here.
Inviting people to your Spirit account
Your invite code is how people join your Spirit account. Your invite code is a website which will look something like getspirit.app/yourorgname. When someone goes to the invite website, Spirit will walk them through setting up an account (joining teams, groups, etc.) and will prompt them to download the Spirit app. Your invite code is the only way people can join your Spirit account. Click here to learn how to set your invite code.
Once you've added people to your account, you might want to give some people admin permissions to help manage certain aspects of Spirit. For example, you might want someone to have the ability to edit events, but not send messages. There are no limits on adding additional admins, and you will not be charged for adding a permission (granted the person already has a Spirit account). Click here to learn more about admin permissions.