What is a Workspace?

Tango Workspaces is our newest way for users to collaborate.

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Written by Andi Bailey
Updated over a week ago

When you create a Tango account, we create a corresponding Workspace for you to store your Tango workflows. Your first Workspace is the first thing you see when you log into app.tango.us for the first time, and at its creation, it is a solo space for you to organize all of the processes you’ve documented. But Workspaces are meant for collaboration.

With Workspaces, you can invite other Tango users to view, edit and share their own processes with a single invitation. Just click “Invite Members” to add your friends or colleagues to your Workspace. If you invite new Tango users your Workspace, they will by default join your Workspace rather than starting with their own.

Worried about sharing early drafts of your processes or personal projects? Each Workspace has a Personal and a Team Library. When you first capture a workflow, it is stored in Personal, and you can move it to Team when you’re ready for others to see your masterpiece.

If you’re on Tango’s Free plan, you can invite up to 10 users to your Workspace, and create up to 15 workflows in that Workspace. In Free, everyone is a Workspace Admin, and everything in a Free Team Workspace has shared ownership. You will always still have your Drafts Library for creating and refining your processes before sharing them.

With Tango Pro, your Team Workspace gets a little more sophisticated 😎. Upgrading your Free Workspace to Tango Pro automatically makes you the Administrator of that Workspace. As a Tango Pro, you can:

  • 📄 Capture an unlimited number of orkflows

  • 🎟️ Add, remove, and designate admin privileges to other users

  • 🧡 set brand color and logo preferences for your Workspace

    A Pro Workspace can have an unlimited number of Pro users within the Workspace. All Workspace members must be Pro users.

Creating new Workspaces

Do you have a side hustle, or work as a contractor with multiple companies?

A user may have one Free Workspace and multiple Pro Workspaces, to keep organizational barriers clearly intact.

It’s important to note that a Pro upgrade is per Workspace, so any new Workspace you create will begin as Free, and you have the option to upgrade multiple Workspaces.

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