Types of workspaces, assigning campaign elements and domains to a workspace

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Workspaces are isolated areas that allow you to separate campaigns and other tracker elements and, in combination with the multi-user function, collaborate with other users and limit their viewing only to certain spaces, create complex campaign management structures, and separate content.

Benefits of using workspaces

  • Splitting workload across multiple employees or teams.

  • Scaling projects by dividing or combining a sequence of campaigns according to various criteria.

  • Access to different campaign sequences managed by different groups of people. Groups can work in parallel, but at the same time they see only the data to which you define access.

Possibilities of using workspaces

  • Separation of sources, affiliate networks, landers, offers, flows, campaigns into different workspaces and their isolation from each other.

  • Dividing statistics into separate workspaces.

  • Transfer of sources, affiliate networks, landers, offers, flows, campaigns from one workspace to another.

  • Using sources, affiliate networks, landers, offers, flows from a public workspace to any private workspace.

Types of workspaces

There are two types of workspaces:

- public, one for each account where users can collaborate,

- private, which can be used to separate user groups, campaign elements and domains from each other.

Initial workspace is a private workspace created by default in an account.

You can create up to 50 private workspaces in one account.

Assigning campaign elements and domains to a workspace

Let's take a possible funnel where campaign items belong to different workspaces as an example.

Each time you create a campaign element, you will be prompted to select a workspace to which the element will be assigned.

When a campaign element is assigned to a private workspace, the campaign and its reporting data are only available in that workspace and only to users assigned to that workspace.

When an element is assigned to a public workspace, it is available to all users of the account, and anyone can create a campaign in their workspace with an offer assigned to the public workspace. However, the reporting data remains protected because each user will only see relevant statistics.

Campaign elements or domains can be assigned to private workspaces to be split vertically, by team, by country or other required criteria.

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