Subteams are teams which are nested under a parent team. They allow organizations to emulate their real-life structure and allow members of each team to view deliveries, metrics, and members of the Subteams below them.

To learn how to set up a Subteam, visit this article.

Perhaps the best way to illustrate why Subteams are useful is to view a couple examples:

Example 1: A company is comprised of multiple regions, each with a handful of branches.

  • The root team can be designated as the corporate team (e.g. "Acme Corporation HQ")

    • The company administrators would be invited as members to this team so that they might oversee the usage of Curri throughout the entire organization.

  • Under this team, the regional Subteams can be created (e.g. "East", "Midwest", "South", "West")

    • Regional managers would be invited to these Subteams so they can manage their region's branch teams.

  • Within each region's team the individual branches will have Subteams created for them (e.g. "LA Branch", "Philadelphia Branch", etc.)

    • All of the employees of each branch will be invited to these Subteams so they can see each other's deliveries.

Example 2: A company has different divisions they would like to separate out for better analysis and insight.

  • The root team can be designated as the corporate team (e.g. "Acme Corporation HQ")

    • The company administrators would be invited as members to this team so that they might oversee the usage of Curri throughout the entire organization.

  • Under the root team, Subteams can be created for each of the company's subdivisions (e.g. "Plumbing", "HVAC", "Electrical")

    • The administrators of each subdivision would be invited to their respective Subteams so that they can manage the members and additional Subteams under them.

  • Under each division team, an administrator would create Subteams to fill out the rest of the organizational structure.


If you have teams which you would like merged, moved, or deleted or if you have any other questions regarding team management, please contact our Customer Success team at success@curri.com

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