I wanted to ask about what happens with already-existing trial accounts, which a paid user adds as a collaboration user.
In this case, my account is currently under trial; I can create up to 3 environments for myself (until the end of today). Ethan Watrall (@watrall) has added me as a collaboration user for his account. My question is, when my account is suspended tonight/tomorrow morning, will I continue to have access to the environments he has shared with me and those I have created under his account? I am already assuming I will lose access to any of the 3 environments that I may create under my own account.
In a related case, we created a test user, which Ethan added as a collaboration user. That email address received the invitation and I went through the process of setting a password and verifying via sms. This account however does not appear to be able to create its own environments; it only has the option to create them under Ethan’s account. Am I then inferring correctly that and account created through the process of collaboration sharing aren’t generated as Trial accounts? If so, what would someone in such a situation have to do to convert their collaboration user account into one that also has the trial account benefits?
I am asking to better understand the process; I don’t intend to turn this test user account into a trial account at the moment, but want to know how all of this works for when Ethan or I use Reclaim Cloud with others at our institution.