It seems from my reading of the manual that all users can create any number of spaces and as the author they are immediately granted admin access over that space. They are able to create any number of documents with any kind of content and any number of files. Is this correct?
Are there any other users who have the ability to remove spaces created without authorisation since Workspaces doesn't seem to be able to prevent their creation in the first place?
It would also be a very valuable to feature to be able to purge deleted content that is no longer required. Also to be able to purge unwanted versions of files. Otherwise we'd be needing to increase our storage requirements by 10 times the current amount for the documents and projects we'd be looking to move into Workspaces (to allow for an average 10 saved edits per document - it would probably be higher than this in our environment). That starts to get very expensive very quickly. It would be much better to be able to mark particular versions as milestone versions that you want to keep and then be able to purge all other unwanted versions to reclaim the drive space.
Hopefully this can be incorporated in ver 1.1 as it's kind of a show stopper for any workflow that would make more than modest use of the file collaboration features which is one of the headline attractions for Workspaces.
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