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All data in Apollo Studio (GraphQL schemas, metrics, etc.) belongs to a particular organization. Every organization has one or more members who manage it and can access its associated data. Enterprise organizations can also assign specific roles to users in the organization.

Creating an organization

You create your first organization as part of the user signup process, unless you've been invited to an existing organization by another Studio user.

You can create additional organizations by clicking the + button at the top of your list of organizations in Studio. A single Studio organization can include any number of graphs, so a company rarely needs more than one or two organizations.

Viewing your organizations

Studio lists the organizations you belong to in the left-hand column.

  • Click on an organization to view its associated schemas and metrics.
  • Each organization has a Graphs list, a Members management page, and a Settings page.

Deleting an organization

You can delete an organization at any time. This is a permanent action that cannot be undone, and will remove all traces of your organization from Studio's system.

Deleting your organization does all of the following:

  • Removes all user memberships from your organization
  • Permanently deletes all graphs from your organization, along with their associated data. These graph IDs can't be reused later.
  • Immediately terminates any paid subscription on your organization, if you have one. We can't issue refunds for this, unfortunately.
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