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Creating a subspace

Updated on January 14, 2022

A subspace is a space within a space. You can create a subspace to collaborate on a subtopic that is related to the topic of the parent space. For example, you can create an Annual Day subspace within the Events space.

Before you begin: To create a subspace, you must be a member of the parent space.
You can create subspaces within subspaces. You can also add multiple subspaces to a parent space. However, a subspace can have only one parent space.
  1. In the navigation pane, click Spaces.
  2. Choose the spaces in your application to view.
    • To view the private and public spaces, and unlisted spaces of which you are a member, click All spaces.
    • To view only the spaces of which you are a member or an owner, click My spaces.
  3. Click the space within which you want to create a subspace.
  4. Click ActionsAdd subspace.
  5. Create a subspace by following the steps to create a space.
    For more information, see Creating a space.
Result: A subspace is created with a Pulse interface for discussions, a link to the parent space above the title of the subspace, and sections that contain the subspace details. The subspace is displayed in the Subspaces tab of the parent space and also in the Spaces landing page.
What to do next: Users can perform the same tasks with subspaces as they can with spaces. A user can join a subspace and members can communicate with other members of the subspace. The owner can manage the members and the subspace details, such as updating or removing the parent space.

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