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Manage accounts

You will need to create an account or get invited by a team member to use RunPod.

Create an account

Sign up for an account at

Convert personal account to a team account

You can convert a personal account to a team account at anytime.

  1. From the console, select Convert to Team Account.
  2. Set a team name and confirm the conversion.

Get invited by a team member

  1. Accept the link sent by a team member.
  2. Select Join Team.

For information on how to send an invitation, see Invite a user.

Invite a user

To invite a user to your team on RunPod, you'll need a team account.

  1. To invite users, navigate to your Team page, and select the "Invite New Member" button at the top of the "Members" section.
  2. Select the role you want to provide the user.
  3. After you create the invite, you can copy the invite link from the pending invites section.
  4. Send a user your invite link and they will be able to go to it to join your team.

Role types

The following roles and permissions are available to you:

Basic role

Limited access, primarily for account usage and existing pod connections.


  • Use the account.
  • Connect to and use Pods.
  • Restricted from viewing billing information.
  • No permissions to start, stop, or create Pods.

Billing role

Specialized role focused on managing billing aspects.


  • Access and manage billing information.
  • Restricted from other account features and Pod management.

Dev role

Enhanced privileges suitable for development tasks.


  • All "Basic" role permissions (use account, connect to Pods).
  • Start, stop, and create Pods.
  • No access to billing information.

Admin role

Full control over the account, ideal for administrators.


  • Complete access to all account features and settings.
  • Manage billing and access billing information.
  • Start, stop, and create Pods.
  • Modify account settings and user permissions.
  • Full control over all account resources and users.

Audit logs

RunPod includes audit logs to help you understand which actions were used. Go to the Audit logs settings.

You can view and filter the audit logs by date range, user, resource, resource ID, and action.