Workspaces are used to group applications, environments, credentials, tests, plans, and more into a set for the purpose of providing appropriate visibility and access control. A workspace is the broadest grouping within the mabl application.
Adding new workspaces
All mabl customers have access to a single workspace, including enterprise customers. However, certain tiers of enterprise customers can purchase additional workspaces to help their independent teams test more effectively at scale. Mabl also provides additional tools to manage multiple workspaces from one central place. Please reach out to your CSM contact the mabl team to learn more.
Setting a default workspace
In the same menu shown in the screenshot below, click "User Settings". If you're a member of multiple workspaces, click into the first field to set your default workspace. This will be the workspace that loads first when you log in.
Editing a workspace name
- Click on the Settings tab in the left-hand navigation menu.
- Select the Workspace tab from the top menu.
- Click on the pencil icon next to the Name field.
- Update the workspace name in the space provided.
- Click Save.
Leaving a workspace
- Click on Settings in the left-hand navigation menu.
- Select the Workspace tab.
- Click on the Leave Workspace button.
Manage user session duration
If you are a workspace owner, you can also alter the duration of a user session in your workspace. Check out the guide for more details.
The workspace ID can be found by clicking on Settings in the left-hand navigation under the Workspace tab. If you are a member of multiple workspaces, this ID can be useful if you work in the mabl CLI to run commands within a specific workspace.
Updated about 1 month ago