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In the Launchbar, right-click the workspace, and then click Properties. Click the General tab to open general workspace properties.
What do you want to do?
Viewing workspace information
You can view all of the following information about the selected workspace:
Version: The version of SharePoint Workspace in which the workspace was created.
Template: The workspace template version number.
Created by: The name of the person who created the workspace.
Created on: The date the workspace was created.
Requirements: The minimum version of SharePoint Workspace required for access to all workspace and tool features.
Shared Folder properties: For shared folders, the Properties dialog box includes a Folder Info and a Status tab. These tabs provide information about the path of the root folder currently being synchronized, excluded files and file extensions, and the current synchronization status.
Viewing or changing the version requirement for a Groove workspace
You can increase the version requirement for a Groove workspace by selecting a later SharePoint Workspace version (if available) from the drop-down menu.
Every workspace has a minimum SharePoint Workspace version requirement for tools, which is initially set when the workspace is created. This means all tools that you or any other member add to the workspace are supported only for members running the minimum version or later. Members running an earlier version of SharePoint Workspace will get prompted to update their software if they try to go to tools in the workspace that require the later version. Additionally, invitees to the workspace who are running an earlier version may be required to update SharePoint Workspace before accepting the invitation.
Workspace managers might change the SharePoint Workspace version number so that members can add newer versions of tools to the workspace. However, note the following details about increasing version requirements:
You cannot decrease the version requirement for a workspace. Once you increase the version requirement, members running an earlier version of SharePoint Workspace may get prompted to upgrade SharePoint Workspace when new tools are added to the workspace.
Adding or editing a description of this workspace
Workspace managers can add or edit text in the Description text box.
Automatically downloading a workspace onto all computers
If you run SharePoint Workspace on multiple computers (or plan to do so in the future), you might want to check the option to "Download automatically onto all my computers." If enabled, the workspace will be automatically downloaded when you log in to your account another computer.