We are excited to announce the release of Workspaces 1.0. Here's what's new:
Teams can now create sub-teams, which can be connected to a parent team to form a tree structure.
Billing is now handled at the workspace level, allowing business admins to have one paid workspace with unlimited teams.
Teams can now set a mission, vision, and BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal) at the team level.
Inactive teams can now be hidden or shown, making the workspace page cleaner.
The workspace settings pages have an all-new user interface.
Team ownership can now be easily transferred to another team member.
Workspace ownership can also be easily transferred to another team member.
Business Domain Provisioning
Workspaces with business domains can now require that all future users invited to join a project or team must have a set business domain (e.g. yourcompany.com).
Workspace owners can also set up their workspace to allow any user with a verified business domain (e.g. yourcompany.com) to auto-join their workspace. This reduces confusion with multiple workspaces inside the same organization.
New users can click "Join team" to join the right team within their organization, or create their own team.
All users joining a business domain workspace will have a verified email.
Teams can be set to invite-only, so new users cannot auto-join the team. They must be invited to join a particular team.
We hope these new features will help you and your teams collaborate more efficiently within Workspaces.
We're excited to introduce Create 2.0, a major step forward in delivering an organized and efficient data handling experience. This significant upgrade introduces a sophisticated framework for managing workspaces, teams, cycles, and projects all from the project experience. The system enhances collaboration, offers greater visibility, and promotes seamless operations across teams.
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