Deploying and Managing your Kami License

A summary of how to deploy and manage your license

Updated over a week ago

Introduction to the License Dashboard

After introducing you to the Kami License Dashboard, the next step is sharing the excitement and adding users to the License. There are a couple of different ways to add them, depending on what type of license was purchased.

Deployment summary

The table below gives you an overall summary of our deployment types and which license type they are suited for. The buttons on the right are links to articles with expanded information on that deployment type.

Deployment Type

License Type

Google Workspace - Organizational Unit (OU)

District, School, and Building licenses


District licenses

CSV file upload

All types of licenses

Add users by email address

All types of licenses

Auto-enrollment system via Kami Assignment in a Learning Management System (LMS)

Teacher Licenses

Google Classroom Roster Sync

Teacher Licenses with Google Classroom

License Link

All types of licenses - not recommended

License Key

All types of licenses - not recommended

License Invite System

This additional system only affects two deployment methods: CSV file upload and Add User email address.

This additional step only happens when the Kami License Admin using either method is not a Domain Admin. On average, Kami License Admins are also made as Domain Admins during the purchase or renewal. This means this License Invite System is skipped over, and all users are added immediately.

How does the system work?

Instead of adding the users to the license immediately, they will get an invitation pop-up in their Kami App to accept before they get added to the license.

When users close the invite, they can reaccess it through the Help button dropdown menu.

Determining the status of adding the users

You can determine if the user has been added immediately or sent an invite by the status shown under the status column in the user list while viewing the license in the Kami License Dashboard.

  • Accepted means they don't need to do anything.

  • Invited means they cannot use the full potential of the Kami App until they accept the invite.

  • Rejected means your student has declined when they saw the license invite. You would need to add them to the license again to trigger the invite or have them enter the license key themselves to get accepted immediately.

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