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Discuss specific topics with relevant users by joining spaces

Updated on May 3, 2021

Spaces are areas in the application that enable groups of users to collaborate on a specific area of interest by using Pulse. By restricting the discussion of certain topics to the users of a space, you can avoid broadcasting irrelevant messages to all users in your application.

For example, you are a team leader and you want to hire new members for your team. To discuss prospective candidates with management, you can create a space that includes the manager, senior manager, and director of the team.

The following figure illustrates the Spaces landing page and the collaboration interface for a space.


Spaces landing page


Pulse interface for a space

Spaces can be public, private, or hidden. You can add relevant content to a space by uploading attachments, linking documents, or by pinning cases, documents, reports, and other spaces.

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