To begin this process, we recommend creating the Team using the old Behance profile so you can easily move all the Projects to the Team during the setup process.
Once you create a new Behance Team, we recommend taking steps to transition content from the old Behance profile you used for your Team to different individual members of the Team. Then change the old profile to be the name of a person on your Team.
Here are further instructions below:
- Add Co-Owners to Projects and Moodboards
You'll want to add Co-owners to Projects created on your old profile so that the Projects credit those that are a part of the Team.
To add a Co-owner to a Project, go to that Project's Settings section in the Editor and click Co-Owner/Credit. Then, type in the name of the co-owner in the box to add them as a co-owner. You can add multiple co-owners. Click Done to save--they'll be sent an invitation to co-own your project now.
*Note: Make sure the Co-Owners you add are already in your Team.
Moodboards are not a part of Team accounts, but if you want to preserve Moodboards added to your old account, you can add co-owners to the Moodboard so people can still access it on their personal profiles.
- Move Followers from your old account to your new Team
Once you’ve finished adding Co-Owners, you may have the option to move Followers from the old account to the new Team before deleting or editing it, if the old and new Teams both have identical content. Contact the Support Team for further details.
- Close your old team account
Once your Followers have been moved over, you have the option to close your old team profile. Alternatively, you can change the name on the account to be that of an administrator of your team instead. Just let the Support Team know which option you’d prefer when you contact us about Step 2.