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LampPost

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I read a post that talked about this similar topic but the last reply was January of this year (2011). Has there been any updates on features to:
• Allow administrator to view ALL spaces and ALL content
• Restricting user's ability to create spaces
• Hide the Navigation Tree on the left panel

The reason we cannot purchase and move forward with this product are the above reasons. We need to be able to manage the content in the system. For example if a user creates a space, that the administrator cannot view simply because he wasn't given rights from the user. This user then shares the space with a selected few users; and puts up: company gossip, hate, pornography, or illegal content. As the administrator I can see a log that they created the space, but I cannot view or limit this kind of conduct. Which is critical when the number of users is very large.

I would also like to be able to limit the creation of spaces, going along with the above. Higher management would like to create a framework for the way documents are stored to keep everything controlled. If the administrator could select who can create Spaces as well as create Subspaces, this would allow a streamlined framework for how all of the content is stored in Workspace.

It would also be nice if the Navigation Sidebar was User selected in a settings choice. Or if this could be page specific to link to specific files without being shown all of the other spaces in the system. This would be a nice feature that would allow for more of the public type documents.

My company loves this product and would love to start using it if these features/issues were addressed.

It would also be nice if the releases and the notes on the updates and changes were more public which would make this a more liked product.
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Jarda Snajdr (Kerio)

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Hello LampPost,

Workspace 1.1 will have the ability to assign content admin rights to certain users as well as to limit creation of top-level spaces.

I don't completely understand your request regarding the navigation tree. Do you want to be able to hide the navigation in the UI, so that you have a full-screen view of the page content? Or do you want to be able to customize its contents in some way?

Jarda Snajdr
Workspace Team Leader
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LampPost

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Thanks for the reply.

Yeah if that feature comes out we would love Workspace even more. Thanks for the update on that.

Sorry now that I read it, it doesn't make sense. We would like to be able to hide the UI for the Navigation Tree; so that you can only view just the document on the full screen of the browser. Meaning the only way to get to it would be through a link. But this would allow for a bigger view of the document, when used in an iFrame.
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LampPost

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Also I am curious to what sort of time frame is 1.1 on, I have been trying to find information and it is very limiting on when releases are or if there are betas we can try.
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LampPost

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Don't want to bring up an old thread, but I have to say it. I got moved away from the project so I haven't been in Workspace for awhile, I loaded up the latest version. I am impressed. I really like the Content Administration Mode. I never would of thought of that but really smart move. Thanks for getting this need filled, loving this product.
-Lamp Post

[Updated on: Wed, 30 November 2011 19:31]

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