Pipedream organizations are now workspaces. If you have an exisiting organization, it will be migrated to a workspace soon.
When you sign up for a Pipedream account, you'll either be asked to create a workspace or join an existing workspace. You can invite your team to your workspace, create workflows, and organize them within projects and folders.
You can create and join any number of workspaces.
# Creating a new workspace
To create another workspace, open the dropdown menu in the top left of the Pipedream dashboard.
Then select Create new workspace.
You'll be prompted to name the workspace. You can change the name later.
Free and Professional tier accounts are limited to one workspace. The Advanced, Business, and Enterprise plans (opens new window) allow your team to manage multiple workspaces. This can be helpful when you need to manage workflows for multiple teams in Pipedream.
# Workspace settings
Find your current workspace settings like current members, under the Settings navigation menu item on the left hand side. Here is where you can manage your workspace settings, including the workspace name, members and member permissions.
# Inviting others to a join a workspace
After opening your workspace settings, open the Membership tab.
Invite members to your workspace by entering in their Pipedream username or email address and then clicking Send.
Pipedream username names are formatted like
@pierce. They can be found in the bottom left hand corner of the Pipedream dashboard.
If the member does not yet have a Pipedream account, an email will be sent to their inbox containing an invitation link to create an account and join your workspace.
# Managing member permissions
By default, new workspace members are assigned the Member level permission.
Members will be able to perform general tasks like viewing, developing, and deploying workflows.
However, only Admins will be able to manage workspace level settings, like inviting new members, changing member roles, renaming workspaces, etc.
# Promoting a member to admin
To promote a member to an admin level account in your workspace, click the corresponding checkbox under their member entry.
# Demoting an admin to a member
To demote an admin back to a member, uncheck the Admin checkbox in that members record in your workspace settings.
# Finding your workspace's ID
Visit https://pipedream.com/settings/account (opens new window), and expand the Programmatic Access section. You'll see your workspace ID here.
# Configuring Single-sign on (SS0)
Workspaces on the Business and Enterprise plans can configure Single-sign on, so your users can login to Pipedream using your identity provider.
Pipedream supports SSO with Google, Okta, and any provider that supports the SAML protocol. See the guides below to configure SSO for your identity provider:
# Renaming a workspace
To rename a workspace, open your workspace settings and navigate to the Account Settings area.
Click the green check icon on the far right of the input to save the changes.
This action is only available to workspace admins.
# Deleting a workspace
To delete a workspace, open your workspace settings and navigate to the Danger Zone.
Click the Delete workspace button and confirm the action by entering in your workspace name and
delete my workspace into the text prompt.
Deleting a workspace will delete all sources, workflows, and other resources in your workspace.
Deleting a workspace is irreversible and permanent.
# Switching between workspaces
To switch between workspaces, open the dropdown menu in the top left of the Pipedream dashboard.
Select which workspace you'd like to start working within, and your Pipedream dashboard context will change to that workspace.