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Workspace Creation

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Workspaces are what hold the pages, files, folders, tasks, and all content on your network.  Workspaces can only be created by non-guest users on the network, and only if the Admin panel of the network allows users to create workspaces.  If you do not see a "+New" button on the "Workspaces" tab, then you are not authorized to create new workspaces.


To create a new workspace from the Workspaces tab, follow these steps:


  1. First, click the green "+New" button in the right hand corner of the workspaces listing.  By selecting one of the workspaces types (i.e. Extranet, Intranet, Knowledge Base, etc.), the new workspace you're creating will begin with content from that workspace type.  Select "Generic Workspace" if you just need a general place to store pages or files.


  2. In the first step, provide a name and description for your workspace.  It's best to provide a name that is short and descriptive, and expand on that description in the "Description" field. 


    In this step, you'll also choose the Workspace Security of the workspace you are creating.  If you choose to allow anyone who's a network user to access the workspace, then you're allowing any network user to access it.  Guest users won't be able to find the workspace or join it, but anyone with access to the network dashboard will be able to access it.  If you choose "Only people I invite" then only network users and guests you invite will have access to the workspace.

Note: Users with Network Administrator access can always access every workspace regardless of security.  This is why the role of Network Administrator should be limited to very few people.