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Overview of your Anyscale account

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These docs are for the new Anyscale design. If you started using Anyscale before April 2024, use Version 1.0.0 of the docs. If you're transitioning to Anyscale Preview, see the guide for how to migrate.


An organization is the highest level entity. All Anyscale users, their workloads, and other entities belong to an organization. Usually, all users within a company belong to a single organization. Anyscale performs billing at the organization level.

Anyscale creates an organization when a user first registers for Anyscale. This user becomes an owner of the organization, and can invite additional users using their email addresses.


If you are admin user, you can view the members of your organization by clicking the user icon, going to Organization settings, and then to the Members tab.

To invite new members, click the Invite button and enter a comma-separated list of email addresses for users to invite to your organization. Each email address receives a link to register a new user account.

In this page, you can also modify the role of existing members to be Owner (admin privileges) or Collaborator (no admin privileges).


See Access Controls for more details on valid actions for all users in an organization.

Multiple organizations

You can register to multiple organizations on Anyscale using the same email address and each organization is independent of each other and have their own set of users. However, you can only log in and interact with one organization at a time. When providing an email address to log in, Anyscale gives you an option to select which organization to log in to.

You can log in directly to a specific organization by visiting<organization_id>. Find your organization ID in the Organization settings page in the user menu on the top right corner.

To join a second organization, an admin from the other organization must invite you using your email address. See the Members section above for instructions.