Brienne Wong
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Workspaces allow teams from the same company to work within zeroheight more seamlessly. This is beneficial if you have teams that work on separate projects and use separate design files.


How does Workspaces work?

Each workspace will have its own design uploads, code repos, styleguides, etc. Only people in that workspace can see those files and documentation. Everyone in a workspace can see all styleguides in that workspace.

Design uploads and synced pages will work within a workspace (not between workspaces).

At this time, we only support Figma uploads.

Set up Workspaces

Reach out to your Account Executive about adding a workspace for your account.

Create a workspace

Once your account has been set up for workspaces, you can start creating workspaces and inviting team members.

1) Click Create workspace

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2) Enter a title for your workspace then Continue (this will take you to Your team page)

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3) In Your team page, invite team members (editors and reviewers) to your workspace

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4) You have successfully created your workspace when you see it in the dashboard.

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Manage your team and permissions


The team owner is the point of contact for the account. The team owner could be either an admin or an editor. If admins and editors leave a workspace, the team owner assumes ownership of the workspace. Team owners can do everything that admins or editors can do. We recommend the team owner have admin privileges to manage your account.


Account admins will have access to all workspaces. They can edit content and add/remove workspaces and editors. They can see the editor seat count/availability in the Your team page.


Editors will have access to the workspace(s) they are invited to. They can edit the content. Editors can be distributed across workspaces (e.g., if you have 20 editors for 2 workspaces, you can have 15 editors in one workspace and 5 in the other).


Reviewers will have access to the documentation they are invited to see. They can leave comments on the documentation.

Manage a workspace

You can manage your styleguides, design files, code repos, analytics, and Workspace settings within your workspace. You can change the workspace title and add editors to your workspace from the Workspace settings.

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Invite editors within a workspace

Editors need to be part of your account in order to be added to a workspace

1) In Workspace settings, type in the team member’s name or email address to add them to a workspace

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Join a workspace

You will receive an email to join a workspace.

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How does this work with SSO?

At this time, we only support companies that will use the same SSO provider across workspaces. We may support different SSO providers across workspaces in the future.

How does this work with billing?

There will be one billing page for the company even if there are multiple workspaces.

What if I delete a workspace?

If you delete a workspace, you can add a new workspace.

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