Workspace: How to work with the user management list

The workspace user management list is a comprehensive list of all the users in your workspace, their roles, and other details that are crucial for managing the users in one specific workspace.

Note: To access the user management on workspace level, you must have the Workspace Admin user role. The workspace level user management is different from the organizational user management. Check out this article to learn more about the user management on organization level. 

To navigate to the user list, click on the username on the left bottom corner (1), and then go to the Workspace Users (2).

The user list has different columns that provide relevant information about each user. 

The columns are:

  • First Name: First name of the user.
  • Last Name: Last name of the user.
  • Email Address: Email address of the user.
  • Date Added: Date when the user was added to the specific workspace.
  • Roles: The user roles the user has in the specific workspace.

You can perform actions on the user list through the options displayed. Users can be removed from the workspace via the trash icon. Access the respective user profile by clicking on the pen icon.

Searching the user list

You can search for users by their first name, last name, or email address by using the search bar on top of the user list.  To search for a user, type in your search term in the search bar. This will filter down the list and show all results matching the search.

Browsing the user list

The user list is paginated. This means that you can browse through the list page-wise. At the bottom of the list, you will find a pagination bar with the following options:

  • Page numbers
  • Previous Page
  • Next Page
  • First Page
  • Last Page

Sorting the user list

By default, the user list is sorted according to the date on which each user was added to the workspace. However, you can sort the list by first name, last name, email address, or roles. To sort the list, click on the respective column heading.