Organizations are the entity in Interval representing teams, companies, etc. They allow multiple people on the same team to develop and use the same actions. For example: you might build Interval apps for yourself in your own personal organization and apps for your company in your company's organization.
Each organization has its own Interval dashboard, actions, and API keys.
By default, actions can be accessed by anyone in your organization, but an administrator can configure more fine-grained access (for example: only allowing members of the customer support team to access customer support tools) from your organization's Interval dashboard.
When you make an Interval account, we'll automatically create your first organization for you.
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