In Deepnote, you have two types of spaces: a Personal space and a Team space. Your Personal space is great for working on projects alone or with occasional collaborators. The Team space is where your Teams are located, and it's meant for working frequently with the same groups of people.
Teams allow you to invite members that you frequently collaborate with, so you can work and share results more easily.
There are two main benefits to creating a team.
Sharing multiple projects with others is much easier within a Team. By default, all team projects are shared with the rest of the team, so you don't have to manually share each project like you would in your Personal space.
Just copy the url of your notebook and send it to your team. Everybody on your team has access to your notebook, while everyone outside your team will note be able to see it.
All environments and integrations that you create in your team projects can be re-used in other projects and by other team members. For example, if you connect to a PostgresSQL database in one project, you'll be able to access the same database from other projects.
Unlike team members, collaborators don't have access to integrations. So if you shared a Personal project with collaborators, they won't be able to access any integration you use and they won't be able to re-use the integrations in their own projects.
In the left sidebar of your Dashboard click on Create new team
Select the type of Team you would like to create.
Give your team a name and click Continue. Don't worry, you will be able to change the Team name later.
If you're signing up for a free Education or Community team, you may have to provide some extra information, such as your Academic email.
Invite your team members and set their permission. You can read more about this in our Team permissions doc.
If you're signing up for a paid plan, you will need to add your credit card details in the next step.
Click to Create team to create your team.