If you cancel your Sketch for Teams subscription your team can keep using Sketch until the end of the billing period. After that date, your documents will be in read-only mode and you will still be able to download them from Sketch Cloud. Any Contributors on your team won’t be able to open, edit or upload documents in Sketch and you won’t be able to add or edit team members.
A Teams subscription costs $99 (billed annually) or $9 (billed monthly) per Contributor. Contributors are members of your team who need to access and use the Mac app to create and edit Sketch documents. These prices don’t include sales tax, but this may still apply. Head over to our pricing page to get full details of how pricing for a Teams subscription works.
Every Contributor in your team gets access to the Mac app, along with regular updates, as part of your Teams subscription. In other words, you do not need to buy both a Teams subscription and a license in order to use the Mac app. Better still, because Contributors can sign in to the Mac app with their Sketch Account details, you won’t need to keep track of license keys, either.
Contributors can use the Mac app and share their designs on your team’s Cloud workspace. Viewers don’t have access to the Mac app, but can log in to your shared workspace in their web browser to view, inspect and comment on designs. You can add unlimited Viewers to your team for free and you’ll only ever be billed for the number of Contributors you have. You can also change any team member’s role at any time.
When you sign up for a Teams subscription, you’ll automatically get a free, 30-day trial. When that 30-day trial ends, we’ll use the payment details you gave us during the signup process to charge you for your next billing period. If you cancel your Teams subscription at any time during your trial we won’t charge you at all.
We know that for some organizations, our legacy volume licenses are still a better fit for their needs. We have no immediate plans to phase our volume licenses in favor of teams, but we’ll contact all volume license holders if this changes in the future.
With Cloud, we’re bringing some parts of the Mac app to the browser, like Inspector tools for developer handoff. A full browser-based version of Sketch isn’t on our roadmap but we are hard at work at live coediting in the Mac app. We’ll be sharing mroe news about this later in 2020.
Teams subscriptions give you access to the whole Sketch platform, including the Mac app and Cloud. If you have a personal license, you’ll still get access to Cloud to store and share your designs, just with a personal workspace instead.