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Change general team details and preferences

Learn how to change your team name, company details and preferences.

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How to Change Your Team Details in Stagent

As your team grows and evolves, you may need to update your team details and preferences in Stagent to reflect these changes. This article will guide you through the process of changing your team details in Stagent.

Step 1: Go to your Team Details

Once logged in on your Stagent account, navigate to your team settings from the left menu. On the settings page, go to your 'team details' menu, where you will be able to see an overview and change all of company details which are applied on contracts and invoices generated with Stagent.

Step 2: Edit Your Team Details

Once you are in your team details, you will see a list of all your team details, such as team name, company address, information and log.

Step 3: Save Your Changes

After you have made all the necessary changes to your team details, click on the "Save" button at the bottom of the page to save your changes. Your team details will now be updated in Stagent.

Step 4: Go to your Team Preferences

Navigate back to your team settings from the left menu, or directly select your team preferences from the menu on the middle top.

In the team preferences you can set a default artist and booking VAT, standard booking fee, default status for new bookings and options to display the booking fee seperate on the invoices and contracts.

Don't forget to press 'save' before you're finished.


Changing your team details in Stagent is a simple process that can be done in just a few steps. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can easily update your team name, company details, and general preferences used to configure your Stagent experience. If you have any further questions or need assistance, please don't hesitate to reach out to our support team for help.

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