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Removing Users from Spaces
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Written by Shabbir
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If your team member no longer requires access to your space, you may remove him/her via the "Team" tab of your space by clicking the trash icon next to his/her username.

Removing yourself from the Space

You may also remove yourself from any Team that you are a member of the same way as described above.

Note: You can not remove yourself from the space you are a Payer of.

What happens to an ex-team member's contributions once he/she has left the team?

When a team member is removed from the Team, his/her contributions, such as Tickets, Ticket Comments, Wiki pages, Repository Commits, etc. will remain untouched.

What happens to an ex-team member's contributions once his/her Assembla account is deleted?

When a team member's Assembla account is deleted, his/her contributions remain untouched.

Note: the author information will be lost as there is no account to point to.

I am a payer of a space. What happens to my space(s) if I delete my Assembla account?

You cannot remove yourself from the space you are a payer of. Also, you cannot delete your Assembla account, you will have to contact support first and once your account is deleted, all of the spaces that you own will be automatically deleted along with it, as well as all of the data associated with the account (repos, spaces, tickets, etc.). Therefore, no other team members will be able to use the spaces if the payer account is deleted.

Note: Account deletion is irreversible. If you need your account to be deleted, but would like your spaces to remain, you must change payer first. Please contact us at

I am a Portfolio payer. What happens to my Portfolio and associated spaces if I delete my account?

If you request to delete the Assembla account that is a payer for the Portfolio, the Portfolio and associated spaces will be removed. Make sure to contact us at in order to change payer before removing such an account if you don't want your data to be lost.

If you have any questions or need assistance, please email us at

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