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Manage orgs


npm org set orgname username [developer | admin | owner]
npm org rm orgname username
npm org ls orgname [<username>]

alias: ogr

Note: This command is unaware of workspaces.


Add a new developer to an org:

$ npm org set my-org @mx-smith

Add a new admin to an org (or change a developer to an admin):

$ npm org set my-org @mx-santos admin

Remove a user from an org:

$ npm org rm my-org mx-santos

List all users in an org:

$ npm org ls my-org

List all users in JSON format:

$ npm org ls my-org --json

See what role a user has in an org:

$ npm org ls my-org @mx-santos


You can use the npm org commands to manage and view users of an organization. It supports adding and removing users, changing their roles, listing them, and finding specific ones and their roles.



The base URL of the npm registry.


  • Default: null
  • Type: null or String

This is a one-time password from a two-factor authenticator. It's needed when publishing or changing package permissions with npm access.

If not set, and a registry response fails with a challenge for a one-time password, npm will prompt on the command line for one.


  • Default: false
  • Type: Boolean

Whether or not to output JSON data, rather than the normal output.

  • In npm pkg set it enables parsing set values with JSON.parse() before saving them to your package.json.

Not supported by all npm commands.


  • Default: false
  • Type: Boolean

Output parseable results from commands that write to standard output. For npm search, this will be tab-separated table format.

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