Log in to like this post! Group Workspaces for Collaboration George Abraham / Wednesday, November 9, 2016 With group workspaces, you can create a private design community, where other invited members can also publish designs. It’s a shared space on indigodesigned.com where you can freely and privately collaborate on prototypes, design libraries or usability studies. And if someone leaves the workspace or team, the remaining members will still have access to the designs and project files. You can still publish designs to your personal workspace (default), and then copy it to a group workspace later. Publishing to a Group Workspace You can create a new group workspace when you are sharing your prototype from the share dialog. You can also create a new workspace from indigodesigned.com. Note: If you have the Indigo Studio Professional plan, you can publish to a maximum of 5 group workspaces at anytime. Upgrade to Indigo Studio Enterprise if you need unlimited group workspaces. See plan comparison for more details. Inviting Members to a Workspace You can make edits to the workspace settings from indigodesigned.com. Navigate to the workspace area and view settings to invite members. If you are already a member of multiple group workspaces, we will automatically recommend members. Invited members will receive a notification by email. And in future, when any invited member publishes new designs, other members will automatically get an email notification. Editing Designs Published on Workspaces You can download and edit your prototypes on any computer that has Indigo Studio installed! Once you are signed in, select indigodesigned.com tab in the app menu to see all designs you have access to. You can switch between available workspaces in the section header. Click on Open as a new project to download the project files and make changes to the design. To update the prototype, share it again on indigodesigned.com. Sharing and Using Design Libraries from a Workspace Group Workspaces can also be used to share design libraries. This way everyone on your team can jump start their prototyping project with design patterns available in your enterprise application. This can be branding elements or custom UI elements like login screens and navigation patterns. Click on import screenpart library from the screenpart toolbox, and choose download from indigodesigned.com. Creating and Viewing Usability Studies Another benefit of publishing to a group workspace is that you can let a different team member run a usability study for you. This way you can focus on designing prototypes, and someone else can take care of the evaluation.When the study is completed, you can view the results on indigodesigned.com from the usability studies section. Want to learn more about Indigo Studio? Indigo Studio empowers designers, developers, product managers and users to quickly and collaboratively create and test realistic prototypes – before the first line of code is written. Visit our learning library for getting started videos and help documentation. Don't have Indigo Studio yet? Download a free 30-day trial of Indigo Studio Professional. After 30 days, if you do not subscribe to Indigo Studio Professional or Enterprise, you will lose access to subscription-based features, but you can continue to use Indigo Studio Essential free of charge. Compare plans to see feature not available in Indigo Studio Essential.