If your organisation has several locations or departments/teams it could be a good idea to differentiate these by creating teams in Qondor. All teams will still belong to your office and have the same access to projects and products. 

A team can have its own contact information (email, phone, address, bank account details) or use the office information. You can report per team and communicate with customers via team emails. 

Teams can be created and administered by users with Office admin access point.


Teams can be used in various ways with Qondor, and we'll help you set up your strategy. In Office settings, Office admins  can define whether using a team is mandatory or not for your PMs (Read more about project managers and user roles).

There are 4 scenarios:

  1. Team is mandatory, the PM has a team:
    Team will by default be set as the PMs in the project.
  2. Team is mandatory, the PM hasn't got a team:
    When creating a new project, the user must select which team the project belongs to.
  3. Team is not mandatory, the PM has a team:
    Team will by default be set as the PMs in the project.

Remember that a PM is not able to change team in a project, only a Super- or Office admin can do this. 


Teams can be created under the User menu, as shown below. Here Office admins can include a team name, a description and contact information. 

When a team has been created, users can be assigned to a team from the Users menu. 


In Office -> Settings, Office admins can choose for the standard sender of Qondor emails to be the team name and email address.

In Project Search, all users even search for projects by Team. This may give you more accurate search results and the possibility to follow up on a more detailed level.

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