Customize Workspace

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Under Workspace Options, you will have the option to customize the workspace. You will be able to edit the following features, as shown below:

Name

You may change the name associated with a workspace. Changing the workspace name in the Customize Workspace dialog does not change the profile values of the workspace, or how the profile is displayed in the lookup dialog. This only changes how the workspace name is displayed on the workspace page, in the Navigation Pane, and in Recent Workspaces and Favorite Workspaces lists. 

When displaying the workspace name, you may choose to display the default workspace name (from the workspace template) or the custom workspace name. Refreshing the workspace will not impact the workspace name: 

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A workspace name cannot contain a tab, or any of these characters: \ / " * ? " < > |

Description

You can add any information related to the specific workspace for all users to see. You can also include hyperlinks to external websites. The description displays below the workspace name on the workspace summary view. 

Logo

An image can be uploaded to display at the top left corner of the screen when on the workspace Summary View, List View, or any folder or search page associated with that workspace. If there is no logo, users will see either the cabinet logo or the repository logo.

Layout

You can drag and drop any folders, Saved Searches, and Filters to organize the layout of the workspace Summary View. You can have one or two columns on the Summary View. 

NOTE: In order to use the Customize Workspace option a user would need to have Edit AND Share rights to the Workspace. Any changes made on this page will be seen by all users who have access to the Workspace. 

Application Tabs

You can enable tabs for specific workspaces by selecting check boxes.

  • CollabSpaces - Enable CollabSpaces. See CollabSpaces for more information
  • Threads - Enable ndThread. See ndThread for more information
  • Sets - Enable SetBuilder. See SetBuilder for more information

Note: ndThread and SetBuilder are purchased separately. 

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