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FAQ: Project Workspace

Answers to commonly asked questions around the project workspace in HoneyBook.

Updated over a week ago

What is a workspace in HoneyBook?

A project workspace is a place where you can communicate and coordinate with clients, other collaborators, and team members about a project. It's also where all of the files are stored.

Creating a new project automatically creates your first workspace for that project, but a project can contain multiple, related workspaces. Then, each workspace can contain a totally unique set of participants, files, payments, and communication threads via the activity feed, while still tracking any major project activity—like payments made, for example—within the main project.

When should I add a related workspace?

Adding a related workspace within a project is a great tool if you're working with multiple clients or vendors on a project and:

  • Need to keep some files private from other participants

  • Need to email certain participants separately

Since all participants in a workspace receive the communications that go through it, adding a related workspace is the best way to separate those communication threads!

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