What are Etsy Teams?

Teams is a community feature on Etsy where you can connect with other sellers.

Etsy Teams are groups run by sellers, for sellers, to provide support to one another. Each group comes together for different reasons—some connect members who live in the same area; others sell items in similar categories; and some groups are created around a common interest; like woodworking, photography, or marketing.

As part of a team, you have access to advice, inspiration, and growth opportunities direct from a community of sellers like you. Members often come together around initiatives like local selling events, collaborative social media campaigns, and educational workshops.

How to sign in to the Etsy Community

Signing in with your Etsy account information at community.etsy.com allows you to participate in both Forums and Teams.

All Etsy members can view Forums and Teams, but you must have an open Etsy shop to post in the Forums or join and create teams.

Once signed in, you’ll be able to take a variety of actions, such as liking posts or starting a new discussion thread.

To sign in:

  1. Select Sign In at the top of any community.etsy.com page.
  2. Enter the email address you use to sign in to your Etsy account and your Etsy password. Select Stay signed in to avoid re-entering your login details the next time you visit.
  3. Select Sign In.

Resources to get you started

How to Find Teams to Help Grow Your Etsy Shop

What's in a Team?

How to Team Up With Other Sellers to Market Your Shop

Additional guidelines for Teams

Please review our Community Guidelines. Teams that do not comply with Etsy's policies may be removed, and Etsy reserves the right to remove a team for any reason. Sellers who do not comply with Etsy's policies may be subject to review, which can result in removal of the seller from the team, suspension of account privileges, and/or termination.

Suspended or terminated sellers remain obligated to pay Etsy for all unpaid fees per our Terms of Use.

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