What are workspaces?

Workspaces are collaboration spaces between you and your co-workers. Think of it as your place for collaboration and transparency. You can add agenda topics for discussion, assign action items, set due dates, and get notified when tasks get completed.

Types of workspaces

There are two types of workspaces: 1:1s and Groups.

1:1 workspaces

1:1 workspaces are private between you and one other person. This person will often be a manager or direct report, but it can also be a colleague you collaborate with frequently.

Group workspaces

Group workspaces are for more than two people. These workspaces are great for weekly team meetings and cross-functional initiatives.

Each organization automatically has an “All Hands” group workspace to use for company-wide meetings or cross-functional projects.

Starred workspaces

Right-click a workspace to star or un-star it.

All starred workspaces will appear in their own “Starred Workspaces” section at the top of your workspace list for quick and easy access.

Using your workspace

The primary tab of your workspace consists of two sections: your Agenda and your Action Items

Use the Agenda section to add discussion topics to your meeting agenda. Your teammate(s) will be able to see the topics you add. When you complete a topic, you can find it by clicking “View all Completed,” located below your action items.

Use the Action Items section to add tasks you or others need to get done. Often, discussion topics are converted into action items in recurring meetings. Action items should have a clear owner and due date. We’ll notify the owner when they’re assigned. We’ll also notify the author and the owner when the task’s due date is close.

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