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Types of Spaces

Table 53. Availability - Legacy plans


Overview

There are four different types of spaces in Wrike:

  • Personal

  • Private

  • Public

  • Locked

Note

Locked spaces are only available to Enterprise Pinnacle customers.

What's the difference between space types?

Personal space

Personal spaces are automatically created in your workspace when you join an account. Personal space is only shared with you, so no other users in the account can get access to it.

You can use your Personal space to organize your work. It contains the pre-created smart folders My to-do, where you’ll find all tasks assigned to you, and Created by me, where you can see all tasks created by you.

Private space

Private spaces help specific teams, departments, and user groups organize and manage their work in a setting tailored to their needs.

  • Private spaces are hidden from non-space members.

  • To join any private space, users need to be invited by the space admin.

  • As a private space member, you can view all content of the space (unless inherited sharing is turned off).

  • Private spaces you join become visible on your Home page.

  • As a space member, you can share folders, projects, and tasks housed within the space with users outside the space, unless it’s restricted by your license type or access role.

Public space

Public spaces help you manage and organize company information shared internally and available to all teams.

  • All account users, except for external users and collaborators, can view the content of public spaces without becoming space members (unless inherited sharing is turned off).

  • Public spaces you join become visible on your Home page.

  • As a space member, you can share folders, projects, and tasks housed within the space with users outside the space, unless it’s restricted by your license type or access role.

Locked Space

Locked spaces are restricted, secure spaces for confidential collaboration such as at board or executive-level. You may also use locked spaces to create isolated working spaces for separate customers.

  • Locked spaces are hidden from non-space members, and their contents cannot be shared outside of the space.

  • Locked space admins must also be account admins to invite users to the space. Regular users can be Locked space admins, however they are not able to invite users to the space.

  • When you are assigning a task, @mentioning a colleague, and adding a follower to a task, project,or a folder in a locked space, you will only see members of the locked space as possible options when selecting users.

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