Everything you do in Drawboard Projects, from markups to communication and resolving issues, takes place in a project.
But when companies are working across multiple projects, management of users and projects can become a daunting task.
We have introduced the concept of organizations to help solve this problem. This organization structure will allow admins to manage all of your company's projects and users in one central location, rather than on a project-by-project basis.
Here, we'll walk you through the features and tools that define every Drawboard Projects organization and how to use them!
Creating and switching between organizations
To create a new organization, click on your name and profile image in the top left, and then select + Create organization.
To switch between organizations, click on the toggle in the top left of the screen which will either show your name for your personal space or on of your organization names.
Note: when logging in to Drawboard Projects, the app will default to your last selected organization from your previous session.
Example user and projects
Here is an example project structure for an individual user. Users will always have their own organization, and create new organizations as well to work with their teams.
In this example, the user has two projects in their personal space, 6 projects in Organization #1 where they are an Admin, and 2 projects in Organization #2 where they are a Member.
So when Organization #1 is selected in the top left corner, this particular user will only be able to see Projects C, D, E, F, G, and H. To see other projects, the user will need to switch organizations accordingly.