Viewing the subscription and usage for your enterprise account

You can view the current subscription, license usage, invoices, payment history, and other billing information for your enterprise account.

Enterprise owners and billing managers can access and manage all billing settings for enterprise accounts.

Enterprise accounts are available with GitHub Enterprise Cloud and GitHub Enterprise Server.

About billing for enterprise accounts

Enterprise accounts are currently available to GitHub Enterprise customers paying by invoice. Billing for all of the organizations and GitHub Enterprise Server instances connected to your enterprise account are aggregated into a single bill charge for all of your paid services (including paid licenses in organizations, Git Large File Storage data packs, GitHub Advanced Security usage, and subscriptions for GitHub Marketplace apps).

For more information about managing billing managers, see "Inviting people to manage your enterprise."

Viewing the subscription and usage for your enterprise account

  1. In the top-right corner of GitHub Enterprise Server, click your profile photo, then click Enterprise settings. "Enterprise settings" in drop-down menu for profile photo on GitHub Enterprise Server

  2. In the enterprise account sidebar, click Settings. Settings tab in the enterprise account sidebar

  3. In the left sidebar, click License. "License" tab in the enterprise account settings sidebar

  4. Under "User licenses", view your total licenses, number of consumed licenses, and your subscription expiration date.

    License and subscription information in enterprise billing settings

  5. Optionally, to view details for license usage or download a JSON file with license details, click View users or Export license usage.

  6. Optionally, to view usage details for other features, in the left sidebar, click Billing. Billing tab in the enterprise account settings sidebar

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