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Removing a user from your organization

If a user in your organization no longer requires access to any of the projects they have been given access to, you can remove them from the organization.

# How to remove a user from an organization

Only users who are in the Owners team can remove other users from an organization. In order to remove a user from your organization, you need to:

  1. Go to your Account in the main menu.
    Semaphore account

  2. Click on the Organizations tab and select the organization you would like to manage.
    Organizations tab

  3. On the left side of your organization page, click on Members under Manage Organization.
    Organization members

  4. Select the member you would like to remove from all teams.
    Select member

  5. Remove the user from the organization by clicking on Remove Selected.
    Remove selected member

# How to remove a user who has created some projects in your organization

In order to remove the user who has created some projects, it is necessary to replace user-project association first. For security reasons, we are not able to do this on your behalf, and you can do it by following the next steps:

  1. Go to Project Settings page,
  2. Choose Repository tab,
  3. Click on the "Change repository" button in the bottom right corner.

This way, these projects will become associated with your GitHub/Bitbucket account. These steps should be repeated for all project created by the user you would like to remove from the organization. This can be performed by any member of the Owners team in your organization.

Also, in order to perform this action, the user has to have the same level of permissions for the repository as for adding a project to Semaphore.

Projects which are associated with the specific user can be listed as follows:

  1. In the top right corner of any Semaphore's page, click on your profile photo, then choose a relevant organization from the drop down menu.
  2. On the left side of the organization's page click on Projects.

# Further reading

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