Archbee's Spaces are a way to group documents under a single scope, such as a team or project. They act as a top-level container for documents and each account has a Private space called "My personal docs." Each Organization has default spaces and can create custom ones with role-based access control. Custom emoji icons can be added to Spaces.
Spaces in Archbee are what you may think of as grouping documents under a single scope: like a team, a project, or a hosted Space ready to be published to a custom domain. Spaces are a foundational element for your product knowledge management that acts as a top-level container for documents you create in Archbee. Here is how you can create Spaces in Archbee.
Use spaces to organize your documentation around teams or topics.
Each space has a document tree that contains documents, and each document can have 0-n children documents.
Each account created has a Private space called "My personal docs," which is specific only to that account. Nobody has access to the documents inside this space.
Each account is associated with an Organization which has, by default, the following spaces:
Each Organization also has the possibility of creating custom spaces, which are also visible to all members of that organization.
Each space has role-based access control are available for Team Members, Individuals or Custom Groups.
On the left side, you can see how the spaces section looks like.
Modify the icon of any space with custom emoji's, by just clicking the default icon.
This example only has custom icons, but you can choose to only have the generic icon or alternate between these two options.