If you are just now beginning to use Workspace, Grants.gov’s online application method, you may want to take advantage of the range of roles and access levels available to your team.
Our recent roles series is a great place to start learning about each role’s place in the Workspace workflow.
Below is a brief list of role and access definitions that you can bookmark and return to when setting up a workspace, assigning roles or access levels, or adding participants:
Continue reading Defining Grants.gov Workspace Roles and Access Levels
Editor’s Note: This is the second in a series of articles that will use team-based examples to explain how Workspace facilitates collaboration using roles and access.
Applying for a federal grant can be a team effort, or it can be a solitary task, so Grants.gov’s Workspace is designed to work for the wide variety of federal grant applicants. Adding participants to a workspace is vital for those applying with a team.
In each workspace, there is a “Participants” tab that lists all the people in your organization who can access and work on the forms in this application. A user with the Manage Workspace Role can add participants to each workspace.
Continue reading Roles for Applying with Workspace #2: Participants on the Team
Editor’s Note: To better explain how Workspace facilitates collaboration, this is the first in a series of articles that will use team-based examples to explain each role.
Applying for a federal grant in Grants.gov is now done using Workspace. One big benefit is easier collaboration with your team (no more need to email one, big PDF to one person at a time to fill out). To make this possible, there are different roles that enable functionality and manage access.
Perhaps the most important of these is the “Manage Workspace” role. A user with the Manage Workspace role is authorized to:
Continue reading Roles for Applying with Workspace #1: The Manage Workspace Role