This article provides an overview of available admin and owner permissions and visibility into team member accounts on Vimeo Enterprise.
If you have previously created a Vimeo account using an email address assigned to you by an organization (such as your work email address) and the organization later establishes a Vimeo Enterprise account, the organization may automatically add your existing Vimeo account to its team on Vimeo Enterprise.
You may also be invited to join an Enterprise team via your personal or unaffiliated email address. If you don’t already have a Vimeo account, you’ll be asked to create one before you can accept the invitation.
Account and content management
When you join an Enterprise team, control of your Vimeo account and the content uploaded to the account shifts to the Enterprise. Team owners and admins may:
- Migrate content within your account to the team’s account, regardless of the applied privacy settings;
- Manage the content (i.e. move it to a folder, edit it, delete it);
- Manage your account (i.e. change permissions); and
- Delete your account.
Enterprise owners and admins may take advantage of certain features that provide enhanced control over content and visibility into team activity.
- Audit logs allow admins and owners to review how their team is using Vimeo Enterprise, and understand who is changing, moving, watching, or deleting content within the Enterprise account.
- Team-level analytics allows admins and owners to see the viewing activity of their logged-in team members for videos within the Enterprise account, broken down by team member or by video.
Admins and owners of an account can choose whether or not to utilize these features by turning them on or off on the Team Settings page. If you have concerns about sharing your viewing data, you should contact your account admin.