Introducing Workspaces: a powerful new set of local and global controls to make it easier to scale with Tulip across multiple locations and teams.
A Workspace is a partition within a Tulip account with its own set of resources like apps and machines, that are independent of other workspaces within an account. Workspaces can be useful for separating different teams or facilities.
Now, Workspaces comes with global and local settings menus to enable you to centralize branding and user access. Resources like connectors can be standardized and deployed globally to different sites, while apps and data can be managed locally at each facility.
Users can be assigned to multiple workspaces, and their roles can be easily changed as needed by an administrator with the role of Account Owner or Workspace Owner.
In each Workspace, settings and resources can be configured and created to meet your facility’s needs. Some of the settings unique to Workspaces include:
- Schedules and Shifts
- Device Uptime
- Approval Types
Resources like apps, tables, analytics, camera configurations, and machines are all local to each Workspace, so your team can edit apps and configure resources to your operational needs.
Account owners will have full access to local Workspace resources, and global resources across all Workspaces.
In addition, Account owners can adjust settings and resources for all of the Workspaces, to ensure branding and resources are centralized and standardized across your teams. Global settings that affect all Workspaces include:
- Tulip Player
- Date and Time Formatting
- Color Palette
- Developer Mode Toggle
- Network Access
Resources and configurations that may be vital to every Workspace can be controlled at the account level, making it easy to configure and deploy across every site. These resources and configurations include:
- Connector Functions
- Machine Types
- Machine Data Sources
- Edge Devices
- IP Cameras
- Camera Detectors
- Connector Host
Workspaces are available to all enterprise customers. At this time, adding new workspaces will require support from Tulip. If you’re interested in getting started with this feature, please contact us.