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    Organization Settings.

    This page deals with the organizational level settings such as managing organization members, API Keys, Billing and more. When making any changes here, be aware that they affect the whole organization, not just you. Under this page, you will find the following sections:

    • Members (Manage Organization members)
    • API Keys (Manage API Keys)
    • RPC API (Default Data Mode for RPC API)
    • Billing
    • Webhooks


    This section helps you manage your organization members and also provide you an irreversible action of deleting your organization. Manage Members

    To invite someone, head over to the Invitations tab and click on the Invit button, where you can add multiple emails (separated by spaces or commas) and set their role (Member, Admin). Invite Members

    API Keys

    Every organization has a secret API KEY, which is used to access the Edge API. Without the API Keys, the API won't work. Here's how the URL looks like:${CLUSTER}/${METHOD}?apiKey=${API_KEY}

    Your organization has a default key but you can always create and delete API Keys. API Keys


    Some endpoints such as getProgramAccounts from RPC API has support for multiple data mode, letting you choose between RPC Provider or Enhanced Mode. Selecting and saving an option here will make it default for that endpoint. RPC API For example, selecting Enhanced for the getProgramAccount will ensure that Enhanced mode is used when you make the request from your codebase without explicitly assigning a data mode.


    You can check your current payment plan and upgrade/downgrade them from here. Clicking on the upgrade button will take you to our billing page.


    You can track your activities and logs, getting an idea of what has been happening in the organization. The logs tab showing you all the message logs while the activity tab keeps a record of the last 6 hours attempts that have been made to your endpoints.

    Moreover, you can subscribe to a list of events. These events occurs when something specific happens. For example, the transaction.committed event occurs when the given transaction reached the specified commitment level.