Navigating Workspaces

 

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Overview

When you log in to the Unqork Designer Platform, Workspaces is your environment's default page. Use this page to create workspaces to group applications and collaborate with your team. Each workspace displays as a tile and lists the apps you added to it.

Navigating Workspaces

A static image of all the settings, options, and attributes you'll find on the Workspaces page of your environment.

Below is a description of links and drop-downs:

  Attribute Description

1

(Global Search)

Global Search lets you search your company environment at any time, from any navigation level. You can search for workspaces, apps, and app elements. You'll find the Search field at the top right of the page. You must enter at least three characters for results to display.

2

Workspaces

This is your default landing page where you'll organize and build applications. You'll also organize and manage your app elements in Workspaces. App elements are modules, workflows, and reference data.

3

Library ▾

This drop-down lets you view shared Library Elements and Marketplace snippets and templates.A static image displaying the Library Elements and Templates options from the Library drop-down.

  • Library Elements: This is where you'll find a library of shared elements. Shared elements are modules and data collections that you can share and connect to more than one application. Depending on your RBAC (role-based access control) permissions, you can view, edit, and even remove shared elements.

  • Templates: This is where you'll find local snippets and module and workflow templates. Snippets and templates come with preconfigured components to help you get started on your applications. For instance, if you want your application to send an email, you can use the API Specification snippet.

4

Marketplace

Takes you to the Unqork Marketplace. The marketplace offers application blueprints in preconfigured packages, including assets that knock out common configurations all applications need.

5

Help

This link takes you to our Documentation Hub. You can browse documentation to learn more about Unqork, Administration, Workspaces, Release Notes, and more.

TIP  The Documentation Hub is our resource center where you can search all our documentation by topic. Unqork Academy is where you'll find structured, sequential learning.

6

Settings ▾

This drop-down opens the following options:A static image displaying the UDLC Toolkit, Profile, Administration, and Logout options in the Settings drop-down.

  • UDLC Toolkit: Takes you to the Unqork Development Life Cycle Toolkit home page.
  • Profile: Takes you to your Unqork User Profile.
  • Administration: Takes you to our Administration page. This is where you can manage Roles and Permissions, Designer Access, Integrations, Environment settings, and more.
  • Logout: Logs you out of the Unqork Designer Platform.

7

+ Create Workspace

Clicking this button creates a new workspace. You can have a collaborative workspace for a team or create a personal workspace.

8

Recently Modified

Choosing a drop-down option arranges your workspaces, apps, or app elements. You can arrange by Recently Modified, Least Recently Modified, Newest, and Oldest. You can also sort in ascending order (A to Z) or descending order (Z to A).

9

Default Workspace

All new environments come with a prebuilt Default Workspace. This workspace holds all applications until you assign them to a workspace. By default, you cannot remove the Default Workspace.

10

Workspace Tiles

Each workspace has its own tile. Workspace tiles contain the following:

  • The workspace name in the banner at the top of the tile. Clicking the workspace name opens the workspace.

  • When a workspace is modified, the user that modified it and the last time it was modified (in hours, days, or years) displays below the workspace name.

  • The names of up to four applications in the workspace. Clicking an application's name opens that app.

11

(WSRBAC)

The WSRBAC (Workspaces Role-Based Access Control) icon indicates how many users can access the workspace.

TIP  To learn more about WSRBAC, see our Workspaces Role-Based Access Control (WSRBAC) article.

12

... (Ellipsis)

Clicking the ... (ellipsis) button in the banner at the top of the tile displays the following options:A static image displaying the Settings, Workspace Users, and Delete option when clicking a tile's ellipsis.

  • Settings: Lets you modify the Workspace Name* and add a Workspace Description to make it easier to onboard team members or hand off projects.

  • Workspace Users: Opens the the WSRBAC (Workspaces Role-Based Access Control) modal to the right of the Workspaces page. Here you add users and modify workspace permissions.

  • Delete: Removes the workspace from your environment.

13

Create App

Clicking this button lets you create a new module or workflow-type app in your workspace.

14

Apps

The total number of applications in the workspace.

15

View Workspace

Opens the workspace.

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