A Storykit account is set up by a few different parts, organized in a specific way. You may not have access to all of the parts, but here we'll explain how they all work together.
An overview of how a Storykit account is structured:
The highest level in the Storykit hierarchy is the Agency. If you have access to the Agency dashboard you can see every other part of that agency, i.e. the clients, the campaigns, the sites and the jobs.
As an agency, you will set up one or more Clients. Within each Client, you will set up Campaigns and within each Campaign, you will create jobs. This way of organizing your work will be very intuitive if you are an agency with clients. If you are a company, using Storykit yourselves, you might have to stop and think a moment before you choose how you want to organize your Storykit agency.
What to consider
The two things you need to consider when you create the structure of your account is access and reporting. If you want to limit the access for some users to different clients (if you, for example, work with two completely different brands that are not involved in each other's content) you should consider arranging your account in different clients. In the future, you will also be able to see reporting clustered for every client, so you might want to think about that aspect too.
The same goes for campaigns. In Storykit, you will find reporting clustered for every campaign.
Our recommendation is for a company to limit the numbers of Clients you set up. The only reason to set up more clients is if different people will work in the different areas and if you want to separate reporting. One reason could be that you're working in different language markets.