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Workspace description and bookmarks

How to add a description and bookmarks to your workspaces.

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Written by Russel Joseph Balane
Updated over a week ago

If you're just getting started with Looop, check out this article on creating workspaces. Once you've got a workspace to explore, click into the workspace and select manage workspace in the top right-hand corner. This will open your workspace options. Here you can see several tabs. First you'll note the bookmarks tab and description tab. They are available to make workspaces feel more like mini-portals where you could add more context, branding and links to other things internal and external to Looop.

Workspace description

The description tab allows you to provide more information about your workspace. This could be a brief overview of the topics included, or who the workspace is for. To add this, head to the description tab and enter your description:

You can also use the image icon to add a banner to your description to brand it further. The description will autosave and you'll be able to see the description when going to view workspace:


Bookmarks allow you to create 'shortcuts' that can be linked to the workspace. For example, if you have 2 new manager workspaces that are both relevant for the same group of people, you could set up a bookmark for the second workspace so users can easily access both workspaces in one place.

To set up bookmarks, head to the bookmarks tab within manage workspace and select + add bookmark. You can choose to add just the link or you can upload an image too which will appear as a banner link. To enable the banner images, you'll need to select yes to large bookmarks:

To add the bookmark you'll need to provide title text and a valid link:

Once you've selected create you'll be able to view your bookmark(s) by heading to view workspace:

For the best results, we recommend not copy/pasting any images into the workspace description box. Instead, use the image icon (picture below) to insert your picture!

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