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Build a Flight Status Assistant
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Create a Sample Banking Assistant
Create a Transfer Funds Task
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Create a Knowledge Graph
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Use Assistant Functions
Use Content Variables
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Web SDK Tutorial
Widget SDK Tutorial
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API Reference
API Introduction
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koreUtil Libraries
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Using the BotKit SDK
BotKit SDK Tutorial - Blue Prism

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Using Workspaces

Workspaces are a way to organize people productively, while everyone is part of your wider team of Virtual Assistant developers. In the XO Platform, Workspaces are created when setting up your XO Platform account, and if you choose to use SSO.

Team members can join one or multiple Workspaces, or they can create their own. It’s easy to browse Workspaces within the same organization and to switch between them. Here is how it works.

Join a Workspace

Before setting up your Workspace, you need to sign up to the XO Platform. Please see How to Access the XO Platform? for details about how to do this.

If your email domain matches existing Workspaces within the XO Platform, then it means that your organization is already working on projects you may want to join.

Therefore, the Platform will list matching Workspaces and you can Request Access to them as soon as you sign up. If you are part of a team, but you are not managing it, then this is the recommended way to proceed.

Create Your Workspace

If you are managing a team, as part of your organization’s VA development projects, then you may want to create your own Workspace. You can do so by choosing Create New, rather than requesting access to an existing Workspace.

To create your Workspace, you will need to provide a Name, and invite the first members by entering their email addresses. Those who accept your invitation will gain access to this Workspace exclusively.

Invite Members

After the Workspace has been created, Administrators can invite new members using the Invite option on the main landing page, in the top navigation menu.

Switch Workspaces

Team members can switch workspaces, using the switcher at the top right, next to the profile area.

Browse Workspaces

Team members can also Browse Workspaces to see those that are active within your organization, and to which access can be requested. This option lists Workspaces based on the email domain.