Every Unity Collaborate project is associated with an organization. Organizations have users and roles as well as the concept of subscription "seats". Projects also have users and roles. In order to access a Collaborate project, you need both a Unity Teams seat (at the organization level) and, in addition, project level access. If you are having trouble accessing a Collaborate project, whether from the "In the Cloud" section of the Launcher or from within the editor, here are a couple things to check: Make sure you have a Unity Teams seat in the organization that the project is in. To make sure you have a seat, the organization owner or manager should: Go to https://id.unity.com Select the organization that the project is in Select their Unity Teams subscription and check that you have a seat. If not, assign you one. Make sure you have access to the project. Organization owners and managers by default have access to all projects in an organization. However, if you are a User or Guest in the organization, you will also have to have explicit permissions on the project. In these situations, to give you access, the organization owner or manager should: go to https://developer.cloud.unity3d.com/ Select the project. Select the "Settings" section on the left. Select "Users" and then make sure you are added to the project. If you have a Unity Teams seat and you have access to the project, but are still receiving the message "Ask the organization owner for access", please try the following: 1. Open the Unity editor. 2. Open your project. 3. At the top right of the editor open the Account dropdown and click on Sign Out 4. In the same Account dropdown, click on Sign In and re-enter your credentials.