I am the Director of IT from my organization so this is an issue very close to my heart. One of my biggest issues with Figma is that an administrator cannot control who is allowed to invite individuals into the system. Especially since the inviter can pass on permissions equal or less to their own, and that means an editor costs money. I understand from Figma that this was done intentionally in order to reduce the barrier to collaboration but from an Enterprise controls perspective, I simply cannot have non-admins being able to invite outsiders into the organization. An invited user starts as a “viewer” (even if they are a guest) and then they could self-upgrade themselves to editor if the admin is unable to reduce them to “viewer restricted” before that happens. Since there are no notifications to admins when someone is invited, an admin would literally have to be staring at the log all day every day, and as an IT team of 2, we simply don’t have time for this. I’d prefer to just restrict ability to invite outsiders to admin only, along with certain other capabilities in the system, such as creating teams.