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What are User seats? A short definition.

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User seats, also known as user licenses or user accounts, are the maximum number of users or devices that are allowed to access a software application or service at the same time.

User seats are typically used in subscription-based software models, where users pay a monthly or annual fee to access the software.

The number of user seats that are included in a subscription plan can vary, and users may be able to purchase additional seats if they need to.

The user seat limit is an important consideration for organizations that are purchasing software, as it can affect the number of users who are able to access the software and the cost of the subscription.

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