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Introducing Workspaces


by Tony Spiro on July 9, 2019


We're excited to announce a new way to collaborate with your team on your digital projects. Introducing Workspaces.

Included with every Enterprise plan, your Workspace gives your team all of the powerful features of the Cosmic JS hosted CMS plus added benefits that make it your own.

With your company workspace you get:

āœ… A branded company login page
āœ… White label dashboard experience
āœ… Custom company subdomain
āœ… Usage and activity reports

See the Workspaces page for more information.

It's our goal to help your team build digital projects faster and easier. With Workspaces, you now have a single location to collaborate more efficiently with your company on your great work.

If you have any questions, join the community on Slack and follow us on Twitter for more updates.

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