Deepnote workspaces provide flexible layers of organization to your team's projects.

Getting Started with Workspaces

Within a workspace, you have the freedom to organize projects as you see fit. Integrations, notebooks, and other assets are shared among users in a workspace. They are perfect for organizing your teams and classrooms in a way that reflects how you operate.
Here's a short video to get you acquainted with Workspaces.
Intro to Deepnote Workspaces

Search, integrations, and settings

The left sidebar allows you to switch between workspaces as well as access the projects within them. Here's a few of the things you can do in a workspace from the left sidebar.
  • Search. Use the search bar to search across all your projects within the selected workspace.
  • Integrations. This is where you can choose to connect to one of our many integrations as well as edit the integrations you've already connected.
  • Settings & Members. Here you will find settings to control members of your workspace as well as other workspace, project and billing settings.
  • Projects (under Workspace). This is where you store, create, and organize all your workspace projects. Projects (and the folders that contain them) can be renamed, dragged and dropped, and arbitrarily nested as shown below. In this section, you can also view private projects (that only you can see) and projects that have been shared with you.

Organization using folders

Use folders to group projects in any way that makes sense to you. The way your company is organized may inform that structure. There are several approaches we've seen for structuring folders:
  • Folders by department and teams (e.g. “Growth”, “Revenue”, “Marketing”)
  • Folders by purpose (e.g. “Analytics”, “Articles”, “Reports”, “Internal tools”)
  • Folders by status (e.g. “Work in progress”, “Done”)
  • Folders by customers or clients

Team & personal workspaces

Every Deepnote account will have a default personal workspace that is only visible to the user who created the account. However, you will likely be creating team workspaces that allow you to seamlessly collaborate with others.
For more information about team and personal workspaces, please have a look at Teams and Workspaces as well as Workspace Permissions.