Welcome to Space documentation! It contains detailed descriptions of Space features and step-by-step instructions on how to use and administer Space.
Use the table of contents on the left to browse through the topics, or click in the upper-right corner to search the entire documentation.
Please note that feature availability depend on your Space organization subscription plan. In addition to a FREE plan, Space is offered in three paid plans: , , .
Descriptions of the features that are only available in certain paid plans are labeled accordingly. For more information, see Subscription plans comparison.
What is Space?
Space is an all-in-one team collaboration platform that tightly integrates communication, process management, and software development tools in a single web or desktop interface. It lets you host repositories, analyze and review code, stay informed, and interact with your fellow colleagues from a single place. You can quickly find out who's working on what and who's in charge of what — and instantly contact the right person via a built-in messenger (Chats).
How is it organized?
Space Teams is a directory that represents your organization structure which can be flat or multilevel (with parent and child teams). You can be a member of one or several teams. Your information, including contacts, schedules, association with teams and the position (title) in each team, is shown in a personal profile.
Space Projects represent workspaces for teams. A project is created to store and manage all the team's work-related resources, such as documentation, checklists, issues, and hosted repositories, to which project members can contribute. Projects are independently managed entities not implicitly associated with teams. Any member of the organization can create a project and choose who will have access to it.
What can I do with it?
Teams. Discover the teams in your organization, team members and their position in the team. Join a team. Look up your co-workers' contact details, availability and schedules in their profiles. Keep track of your meetings, trips, vacations and other events in a calendar.
Projects. Create a plan and track progress with checklists. Create or import a Git repository. View the history of commits, browse and examine code. Report and track issues. Commit, review and discuss changes with your teammates. Set up CI/CD to build, test, and deploy your product. Start a new project.
Chats. Communicate with your fellow colleagues privately or in groups. Receive notifications of important events, requests and alerts. Get relevant updates from code reviews, issues, blog, etc. Monitor teams' activities and members' schedules. Use Chats from your mobile device as well.
Blog. Read and post articles, announcements, and polls.
To-Do List. Manage your daily tasks, write quick notes and reminders. Access this personal list from any device.
The first thing you see when you log in to Space is your dashboard — an entry page filled with different widgets. Use these widgets to quickly navigate to the most important features and sections of Space:
Upcoming company events and recent blog posts.
Code reviews that need your attention.
To explore all Space functionality, use the left-hand navigation bar.
Click to access additional menu items and customize your navigation bar:
To edit personal information, open your profile page:
To find any entity, such as a team, project, person, article, press Ctrl+K.
To search for content in documents, messages, blog-posts, member profiles, press Ctrl+Shift+F.
Ready to dive in?
Browser and OS requirements
Space is cloud-based software designed to run in your browser on any modern full desktop operating system.
As an alternative or an addition to a browser version, you can use a Space desktop application which is available for macOS, Windows, and Linux.
Space also has mobile apps for iOS and Android devices that you can use to access chats and some other functionality.
Space supports the latest two versions of the following browsers:
Internet Explorer is NOT supported.