Keep Your Projects Organized and Secured with Workspace
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Keep Your Projects Organized and Secured with Workspace

Summary: Workspaces makes it easy to create and organize collaborative projects. And with permission access that you manage, each project is secured while only accessible to the right participants.

Whether teams are working on a new design or tracking ongoing projects, recurring meetings require a shared, yet secured whiteboard space that each team member can view and edit. In the past, teams would huddle in the room around a non-secured dry-erase board loaded with sticky notes and drawings. This way of working was not secured or scalable beyond a single board.

Secured and Organized - Workspace enables teams to create a shared yet secured online whiteboard that is only accessible by invitation. And to stay organized, you can create multiple independent projects where each whiteboard has its own unique list of participants. With Workspace, you can manage both the project structure and whiteboard access.      

How does it work?

Select My Boards

Select MyBoards

Select Create Workspace

Create Workspace

Enter your project name and a description(optional)

Workspace project name

Click Next and invite others to join (optional)

Workspace create

Invitees will receive the following email notification:

Workspace email

Once they sign in, users will see the new project.

Workspace new project

As the project gets populated in the joint Workspace, every member will be able to view and contribute to these changes.

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FlatFrog is a provider of free online browser-based whiteboards (app.flatfrog.com).

FlatFrog has also designed patented InGlass™ touch display technology from the ground up, which provides the best pen and touch input to mimic the intuitive feeling of the dry-erase board. InGlass™ touch displays can be procured via our partners, including Dell, Google, Samsung, Sharp, Ricoh and more (www.flatfrog.com/partners).

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