Want to learn how to invite guests, teammates, and admins to your space? What's the difference between a guest, teammate and admin? Read on to find out!

🐱‍🏍Walkthrough

What's all this talk about space admins, teammates and guests? What the heck does it all mean?

These are different levels of permissions in SoWork. Here's the breakdown:

🔥 On to the good stuff...let's invite your people!

Click on the settings icon, scroll down, and go to "Member Management" under the "Company Settings" area.

Here, you'll be able to see the total number of users in your space and filter by role (admin, teammate, guest). Next, click on the "Invite Members" area.

You can add by email or link by selecting the appropriate tab at the top. You can select any role in the drop down menu, entering their email(s), and clicking "Send Invites".

The folks you invite should see an email from us in their inbox - herein should lie their link (they click on this to enter your SoWork space).

✨ Note: Don't see your link? Don't forget to check your spam folder just in case!

You can also add teammates, admins, AND guests by going to the "Invite via Link" tab and clicking on "Generate Link.

Select the role you'd like the person to have, and set your expiration date for the link.

When you're all set, click "Generate Link" on the bottom right of your screen. You can copy/paste this link to manually share with your team (and guests).

✨ Note:

  • After your link is expired, the people with this link will no longer be able to access your space.

  • Admin links do not have an expiry.

This will help you share your gorgeous space - let the games (and work) begin!

Enjoy :)


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How to Create Your Own OfficeSetting up your AvatarMoving Around Your OfficeInviting Your TeamHow to Send a Direct Message

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