Unfortunately, there is no way to merge two accounts, since every account is associated with a specific team. Nevertheless, you can export some of your data and invite your colleagues to the other account (i.e. another team), so they will have access to the information.
You can start by exporting protocols, samples, and inventories and uploading them to your other account. As for the rest of the data (projects, experiments, tasks/workflows, and results), you will have to create it from scratch, but it can be done quite quickly by copy-pasting the content and uploading results files.
If you want to export your protocols, they have to be saved in the Protocols repository. To export protocols, click on the Protocols repository icon, select the protocols and click the Export button (see the image below). The protocols are downloaded as .eln files, which can be then easily imported into another SciNote account.
To export the Inventory items, click on the Inventories tab, select the inventory you want to export the items from and tag the items you wish to export. Then, click on Advanced and Export items. These are exported in a .csv file format. You will receive an email with a link where you can download it.
After you export all the necessary data, log into the other SciNote account and import all the protocols and inventory items by clicking the Import button, which is next to the Export button.
When importing the information into the Inventories, you have to match the columns of your uploaded file (.csv, .txt, .tsv or .xlsx) with existing columns in the SciNote inventory. For example, if your file includes columns that are not in the repository table (e.g. “References”) you need to create the column in the inventory first and then match the columns accordingly.
For easier understanding, please see the GIF below.