Userflow allows you to manage multiple products in two different ways:
- Managed via a single Userflow account
- Managed via multiple Userflow accounts
Note that having multiple Userflow accounts still only requires one user login, as you can easily switch between accounts in the UI:
Multiple products via a single Userflow account
The most common case for managing multiple products in a single account, is when your product is the same, but just deployed on multiple subdomains and is all based on the same user database.
- Lower cost
- Team members who don’t need access to all flows have this access
- Harder to segment users and related data for analytics
- Auto-start conditions might be harder to manage
Multiple products via separate Userflow accounts
This setup is useful if you have completely separated products, where there’s no shared user base.
- Team members only have access to their specific product’s data
- Users are segmented by product, making it easier to analyze data
- Auto-start conditions are easier to manage - it’s impossible to accidentally show the wrong flow in the wrong product
- Higher cost. With the Enterprise package, extra accounts do not increase cost linearly though.