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Staying organized and collaborative across multiple projects is a challenge for data teams. We've addressed this with workspaces — a top-level organizational layer for your team's projects and resources.
What can you do with a workspace?
From organizing and searching across projects to managing your team's members and billing details, workspaces are a powerful "control panel" for your team's work. Let's take a look at what you can do within a workspace.
Organizing projects to suit your workflow
You can create and arrange projects into any logical arrangement you wish, nesting permitted. For example, you may want to organize projects by yearly report cycles, team function, common tasks — or whatever else reflects how your team does business.
Searching across projects
Using the search bar in the top left of a workspace, you can search across projects. The search results are displayed in the middle of the screen along with helpful project-level metadata, such as location, machine status, author, and more.
Managing data connections
Workspaces make it easy to share access to data sources. From the Integrations menu in the top left, you can create and edit connections to warehouses, databases, buckets, and other services. Once a service is created, members can connect that service to any project without additional setup — assuming they have the correct access control.
Managing members, billing & more
Under Settings & members in the top left, you will find controls for inviting and managing members, inspecting billing details and usage, downloading audit logs, and many more workspace settings.