"Unlimited accounts"

Since I am on an old Prime license, and the new licenses include “unlimited accounts”, I’d just like some clarification on how this works?

I assume that means that if I have a license for Google account A, and I have an Google account B for which I have not explicitly purchased a license, I can sync both to the same machine on just the one license, correct?

If I however have 2 Google accounts, and I have a license on account A with “unlimited accounts”, and I have 2 machines where I would like account A and B to be synced to machine 1, and just account B to machine 2, would I need to purchase the license for account B, or is there a way to use the license from account A?

Hi @RobinJ1995!

I assume that means that if I have a license for Google account A, and I have an Google account B for which I have not explicitly purchased a license, I can sync both to the same machine on just the one license, correct? - Correct :slight_smile:

If I however have 2 Google accounts, and I have a license on account A with “unlimited accounts”, and I have 2 machines where I would like account A and B to be synced to machine 1, and just account B to machine 2, would I need to purchase the license for account B, or is there a way to use the license from account A? - as long as Account A has been added on at least one machine, then Account B on machine 2 will be recognized as linked to your main account :slight_smile:

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That indeed works, love the hassle-free approach! :slight_smile:

Might be nice to document this somewhere if it isn’t already (I looked through some of the documentation and could not find the answer).

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Let me forward this to my team so we can add it to the documentation :slight_smile: