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Creating a link to a workspace

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You can create a link that opens a workspace and displays the tool you most recently visited in that workspace. You can place a workspace link in any text area that supports rich text.

A link to a workspace works only for people who are members of the workspace.

  1. In the Launchbar, right-click the workspace title and then click Copy as Link.

  2. Select the rich-text location in which you want to paste the link.

    For example, you could place a link to a workspace in a Discussion entry or Notepad page in another workspace, in a message, or in a file from another software application, such as Microsoft Word.

  3. On the Home tab, click Paste or press CTRL+V.

The link displays with the name of the workspace as the link's target. If you want, you can edit the link text.

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