Will adding a copilot to my account increase the policy members on my policy?
Jeremy Boniface Expensify Team Posts: 202 Expensify Team@Natalia2020
Thanks for reaching out and joining the Community! Copiloting does indeed count as an additional active user on your policy. For more information on our billing policies and practices, please check out this guide, and please let us know if you have other questions!
The link in Jeremy's answer (https://docs.expensify.com/en/articles/13760-pricing-policies-and-billing) no longer exists. I have the same question and wondering if billing rules around CoPilot have changed? I'm also curious for a current deep dive into the pricing and policies.
Hi @mgrotte - thanks for picking up on this. You can find an updated link on what counts as billable activity here. That covers all you're looking for and has links to articles at the bottom covering the billing in more detail!
Hi Sophie, thank you for responding. The idea of a CoPilot is not explicitly addressed in the article. I've worked on other systems which have a similar type of login-as-another-user, and some don't consider that as two users, only the primary user being logged-into. Can you be more specific, if a user logs in as co-pilot, will that count as two users, the one who logged in, and the one who owns the report being acted on?
It actually is - under the section Activity-based billing:
So if the Copilot performed the billable action, it would be recorded against the Copilot account only.