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Can I keep my workspaces separated from each other?
Can I keep my workspaces separated from each other?

Learn how you can manage your workspaces better

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Picmaker allows you to have several workspaces. This way, you can segregate your projects and designs.

Yes, you can allocate separate workspaces for each client. You can create up to 99 free workspaces with Picmaker. This will make sure that one client cannot view the designs under other workspaces.

And the best part?

Anybody can create workspaces in Picmaker - no matter whether you are on our paid plans or free plans.

Let us now see how to create different workspaces for different teams and projects, etc.

The very first step to getting started with Picmaker workspace is to sign up for Picmaker.

Picmaker Workspace works like a singular team, or micro-teams, where you can migrate and sync all designs being created by your team members.

Step 1: Sign in to Picmaker

Step 2: On the top-right corner of your screen, click on the 'Settings' button, and notice the workspaces that you can create for yourself.

Step 3: You can create more than 99 different workspaces, and add up to 10 team members to each workspace.

Your team will have access to all your designs you create within the workspace - think logos, templates, design drafts, completed posters.

Step 4: In order to create a new workspace, simple add the email IDs of the team members you want to include in your workspace.

Step 5: Make sure that you add the appropriate administrative services for each of them.

No matter the size of your organisation, we recommend that you distribute the responsibility of managing your designs and brand content among a select set of trusted members.

You can grant a user administrative privileges by assigning them one of the available administrator roles

Here's a video we made for you, check it out if you want a more visual guide on our workspaces.

Keeping your workspaces separate is not a difficult task.

For example, if you are a Member of a Workspace called "Travel" that you made for yourself and you are also a Member of your company's workspace SpaceX Designs, no one in SpaceX Designs will see that you are a Member of Travel, unless they are also a Member of Travel.

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