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As a workspace owner or administrator, you can promote other members to help manage your workspace.
Owners can access high-level administrative features like billing, workspace authentication, access, security policies and more. There can only be one primary owner of a workspace, but this role can be transferred to another member.
Admins can manage members, channels and handle other administrative tasks.
Tip: View a full list of admins in your workspace. Just click the More items menu in the top-right corner, then select Workspace directory.
Choose your workspace owners and admins
Promoting trusted members to owner and admin roles can help with managing your Slack workspace. With more owners and admins, you can share day-to-day tasks such as sending invitations and managing channels.
You can have as many owners and admins in a workspace as you need.
Workspace owners might include:
Founders and executives
Heads of department such as engineering, IT and human resources.