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Creating & deleting team catalogs
Creating & deleting team catalogs
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Written by Molly Bales
Updated over a week ago

This feature requires Business user administrator access. To learn more about upgrading to Business, click here.

Catalogs are the top level of song organization in Songspace. While every Songspace user has their own My songs catalog, Business subscriptions come with the option of creating additional team catalogs, which can be managed collectively by team members (or guests) who have access.

In the Admin Panel, you’ll see a list of team catalogs that you've created in the "Team Catalogs" section.

As an administrator, you can create new team catalogs and manage which members in your organization have access to them.

Creating a new team catalog

To create a new team catalog, first click your profile image in the top-right corner of Songspace and go to your Admin Panel.

Scroll down to the Team Catalogs section and click the + Add Catalog button.

This will open the create catalog modal. Type in the name for your new catalog.

Click Create Catalog.

Share a primary catalog

You can also create a team catalog from any user in your organization. This makes the user’s default ‘My Songs’ catalog shareable across your team. While this path is less common, there may be instances for your team where it makes the most sense. For example, you might have an artist who has already uploaded their catalog to Songspace.

To do so, follow the steps above to get to the create catalog view and instead click Share A Primary Catalog.

Select the user from the list of your organization's members.

Click Share Catalog and your user’s catalog will be added to your list of team catalogs, marked with a user icon.

Once you’ve created a team catalog, the next step is to decide who gets access.

Deleting a team catalog

From the Admin Panel, click the more icon next to the team catalog name that you wish to delete. When the drop-down menu appears, click Remove catalog.

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