Folders are an easy way to arrange information in your workspace. You can create your own structure that you and your members understand - making it easy to navigate! You can control what happens in the workspace and control who can add what to each folder.
Here are a few examples of the ways in which folders can be used:
- A 'policies' folder can have documents added to it only by a 'policy' team you've setup.
- A 'shared links' folder can have links added by any member.
View - who can see this folder and browse it. (This doesn't control who can see the items in the folder - they have their own permissions.)
Modify - who can modify this folder's name, permissions etc. (Again, this doesn't control who can modify items in the folder- they have their own permissions.)
Create - who can create items in the folder; which items can be created is controlled by the list below. Managers can always create all types of items.
Kahootz Tip: Try assuming you don't need all the item types, and then permitting the ones you need. For example, calendars - you don't necessarily want lots of calendars in your workspace, so is there a need for people to create them in this folder?