Microsoft Edge browser launched Workspace preview
Microsoft has released a new feature called "Workspaces" for its Edge browser, aimed at making collaborative browsing easier. The feature has been launched in the Edge 111.0.1661.51 version as a preview, and it promises to allow users to browse the web together, get more done online, and stay up to date with live updates.
What are Workspaces?
Workspaces are a new feature in Microsoft Edge that allows users to organize their tabs and keep websites and files in one place. The feature is designed to help users manage projects and collaborate more effectively by sharing a single link to a group workspace.
Using Workspaces, users can create unique Edge workspaces for each project they are working on. Each workspace can be accessed individually or as a group, and tabs can be organized to focus on a specific task or connect different groups.
How does it work?
To use Workspaces, users simply need to click on a link in the Edge browser to visit. Once on the page, they can create a new workspace and invite others to join. The workspace will then be synchronized across all devices, allowing users to access it from anywhere.
With Workspaces, users can browse the same set of tabs on different devices and sync them at any time. Live updates to tabs and favorites in the Edge workspace ensure that everyone stays on the same page, and users can stay focused while working on a specific task.
What are the benefits?
The benefits of Workspaces are clear: they allow users to collaborate more effectively, keep websites and files in one place, and stay up to date with live updates. By creating a workspace for each project, users can ensure that everyone stays on the same page and that tabs are organized in a way that makes sense for the task at hand.
For example, instead of sharing multiple project links back and forth with the team, users can create an Edge workspace where the project's website and work files are opened as browser tabs and shared with the group using a single link. Live reporting on tabs ensures that everyone stays on the same page using the Edge workspace.
If users are working on multiple projects, they can create an Edge workspace to organize the open tabs for each. Whenever they want to work on a project, they can simply open the project's Edge workspace to open all their websites and work files in one place.