Workspaces

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Workspaces in Project.net

Project.net provides four workspaces to organize information for any authenticated user. Each workspace includes related modules. 

1. Personal

Personal workspace is an individual user's workspace. In project.net, each user has a personal workspace and it provides information about individual's activities like personal assignments, personal blog, profile, documents, forms and personal calendar. It also includes a list of businesses and projects of which user is a member. This personal workspace is not visible to other team members. Activities that are performed in the personal workspace are visible only to the specific user.

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2. Business

Business workspace can be related to that of a vertical department under which there are many projects created. Each Business has its own business workspace which can be used by members who are added to this business. Senior management or management team who own this business can get a holistic view of the progress and all activities performed in this business.


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3. Projects

Projects workspace is a team room where all project team members can share and manage project information like tasks, milestones, documents, forms, discussions, blogs, wiki, phases etc. In projects workspace, you will get all the information about project activities and progress. Projects workspace is accessible to the project members only.


 

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4. Resources

Resources workspace includes information about reservations and allocations of the resources. You can view the details according to the project or business and even month-wise. Also, you can reserve a resource for a project through this workspace.

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Last update: 2011-06-29 13:28
Author: Naven Kumar
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