Each Dubsado account includes one brand when you sign up. If you run two separate businesses, you can add an additional brand to your account to keep your clients, projects, and templates separate.


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Create an additional brand

  1. Click on your logo in the top right corner of your account.

  2. Select Create Brand under Account in the dropdown menu.

  3. Fill out the settings for your new brand. In the Name field, enter the desired name of your brand (not your first and last name).

  4. Click Create Brand.

Your brand is now created and will remain on a trial (limiting you to three clients) until you activate a subscription.


Activate an additional brand subscription

  1. Go to your Settings (the gear icon) >> Billing.

  2. Click Subscribe on the brand you would like to activate.

  3. Complete the checkout process in the modal that appears.

Additional brands are billed monthly, regardless of whether you have an annual or monthly plan. You will see a separate charge and separate invoices in your Billing history for your additional brand subscription.


FAQ

How much does it cost to add an additional brand?

Please see our current pricing here.

How many additional brands can I add?

You can add as many as you would like! When subscribing your first additional brand, you will be charged immediately.

When you subscribe a subsequent additional brand, you will be charged a pro-rated amount on your next additional brand billing cycle. Future additional brand billing cycles will charge the full amount. If you have multiple additional brands, they will all appear on the same invoice. You can see how much will be charged on your next additional brand billing cycle under your first additional brand on the Billing page.

Can I have my additional brand billed annually instead of monthly?

Unfortunately no, not at this time.

Can I have different brands billed to different payment methods?

No. All subscriptions will be billed to a single credit or debit card stored on file.


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