I think I understand. The domain of the user wouldn't matter here as you can invite as many users as you'd like. You have two options. To use the same network, you could just create projects for each team and give them permissions to just those projects. Or, you could create two separate networks and manage those that way.
Both of these options are covered in our FAQ Frequently Asked Questions - Producteev
Hope I understood correctly.
Hi Nick! thanks very much for your answer.
Let mee see if I understand. Let me put and example.
I always login with my normally account, for example firstname.lastname@example.org and i have my company or network and all my team project that i invited the domain is @jesus.com, all the people that have @jesus1.com always go to my network or company. But right now i have another domain with another team for example email@example.com but this network or company I did not opened, then I was invited to that company were using my second domain @jesus2.com, but to see this second domain i have to login with that second domain. My question is if i can login with one domain or one account and have the both network or company with differente emails?
Is that correct!!
I appreciated Nick your answer
The question Jesus put forth was basically the same question I had.
I have my own consulting business, but I also am a partner in a company who has their own sets of separate projects. Initially, I set up my account under my business email address. Now I want to add the second company, I think as a second network, so they have their own sets of projects, right?
My question is since I use different email addresses, like Jesus does, is it possible to do this and to keep the notifications separate so items from network 1 go to one email address and items from network 2 go to the second email address.
I guess that's not totally the same set of questions, but I think the answers are related.
Would I do this by adding my second email address in the settings? Would it be as easy as that?