Managing Workspace Members

Bring your team together

In Bito, team members collaborate by joining a workspace. In most cases, every organization would create one Workspace. Anyone can install Bito, create a workspace for their team, and invite their coworkers to the Workspace.

Inviting coworkers to the Workspace

You can use Bito in a single-player mode for all the use cases. However, it works best when your coworkers join the Workspace to collaborate with Bito. There are three ways you can invite your coworkers.

Option 1 - Allow your work e-mail domain for the Workspace. This setting is turned on by default, and all users with the same e-mail domain as yours will automatically see the Workspace under "Pending Invitations" when signing up in Bito. You can manage this setting after you create the Workspace through the "Settings" page in your Bito account.

You may still need to notify your coworkers about Bito and share Bito workspace URL. We don't send e-mails to your coworkers unless you invite them to the Workspace.

Option 2 - Invite your coworkers via e-mail when you create your Workspace or later from your workspace setting.

Option 3- Share a web link specific to your Workspace via the channel of your choice: e-mail, Slack, or Teams. The link is automatically created and shown when creating a workspace or on the workspace settings page.

Managing coworkers in Workspace

If you are the Owner or Admin of the Workspace, you can take the following actions:-

Deactivate User

Deactivate any user to remove them from the given Workspace. Once the user is deactivated, they can't access the workspace. They can request to join the Workspace, which requires approval from the admin or owner.

A deactivated user can be activated again by the admin/owner.

Activate User

Activate the user who was previously deactivated.

Force Reauthentication

A Bito user can check "Remember Me" to auto log-in. Admin/Owner can force the user to re-authenticate if needed for security.

Change Access Level

Bito has primarily three user types - Owners, Admind, and Users as defined in the following page:Managing User Access Levels. Admins/Owners can change the user's access level.

The following Loom demonstrates managing the workspace and its members.

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