By default, a newly created workspace is private and Unlisted: only the workspace creator can view it and access it.
To share it, add at least one collaborator to it.
Required fields are marked with an asterisk (*).
To create a workspace:
In the left navigation bar, go to
In the Workspaces view, select Create workspace + in the top left corner.
The workspace editor opens on Create workspace, and you can start populating the input fields with details about the workspace you are creating:
Name: enter a name to designate and identify the new workspace.
Example: B-R5RB bloodbath
Type: from the drop-down menu select a workspace type to clarify the purpose and the scope of the workspace.
Contact info: enter the details of a workspace collaborator who can act as the main contact person for the workspace.
For example, the designated contact person can be the workspace owner, the creator, or a team leader.
Example: Lazarus Telraven
Description: enter a short description outlining the purpose and scope of the workspace, any specific objects or topics it focuses on, and any relevant information to provide a summary overview of the workspace.
The content of this field is displayed on the workspace dashboard under Short description.
The description content is visible only to workspace collaborators.
Example: B-R5RB was truly a bloodbath
Public description: enter a short description of the workspace that is visible to all Intelligence Center users.
It can be the same as Description, or a different one. The content of this field is displayed on the workspace dashboard under Short description.
If the workspace is listed, this is the public description content signed-in Intelligence Center users can see.
Example: B-R5RB was a walk in the park
Analysis: work notes and analysis findings to provide more context about and insight into the workspace content and its purpose. Typically, an analysis consolidates the findings of an investigation and it weaves actors, victims, incidents, events, and gathered evidence into a logical and consistent narrative.
To store your changes, click Save; to discard them, click Cancel. To access additional save options, click the down arrow on the Save button:
Click Save and new to save the current data or configuration for the item you are working on, and to create a new item of the same type right away. For example, a new dataset, feed, policy, rule, task, or workspace.
Click Save and duplicate to save the current data for the item you are working on, and to create a new prepopulated copy of the same item, which you can use as a template or a blueprint to speed up repetitive manual work.