What is a Workspace?

A Workspace is a self-contained browser which you access from Kirmada’s homepage. You can create as many Workspaces as you like, so each one can be dedicated to a single client or project.

There are several benefits to using Workspaces as your browser, but the two most obvious are that you can be logged onto the same website multiple times so, for example, if you have several clients who use Dropbox, you can be logged into each one simultaneously. Simply switch Workspaces to access the client, and Dropbox account, you need.

The second major benefit is that Kirmada creates a timesheet for each Workspace so you can easily and accurately log all the time you spend working for each client. The timesheets can help you bill more accurately and help you understand precisely what resources each of your clients is using in terms of yours, and your team’s, time.

When you create a Workspace, you will be asked to give it a name and, optionally, a URL where it can pick up a logo to make it easy to identify on the homepage.

Opening the Workspace will open up a fresh browser where you can login to any pages or find work on any online resources you need for this client and keep it in one place. Each Workspace:

  • Remembers which tabs you have open
  • Lets you login to accounts, separate from other Workspaces
  • Creates a timesheet
  • Connects to its own social media accounts
  • Has its own bookmarks and Stickies
  • Can be shared with other Kirmada users
  • Gets allocated a folder in the Resource Library

Because each Workspace is completely independent, when you want to change focus to a different client all you need to do is swap Workspaces, either by going back to the home page or by clicking the dropdown Workspace chooser at the top of the screen.

Simply use Workspaces for a few minutes and you’ll quickly find how much easier it makes your work.

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