Not directly due to cybersecurity compliance. However, other approaches include: Upload a copy of the file into the other workspace. Create an internal document that describes the information contained in the other workspace. Add the information about the other workspace in an item’s description. Post the information in a comment describing the other workspace/document.
Not directly. Workspaces are logically isolated from each other for cybersecurity reasons. Thus, there is no direct way to copy files between workspaces.
Yes. Click on the Lock version button to lock the selected file version. Others in the team workspace can still view or download the file and add new versions. However, they cannot overwrite the locked version.
There are many proprietary file types that require licenses from the respective software providers. Assuming an organization has the required licenses, the central issue is cybersecurity standards compliance. Opening an external file typically sends unknown information to a third party. You may not know what information is sent, where it goes, where it is stored, or how it might be used. These are all cybersecurity threats. We understand it is desirable to be able to edit external files directly in our software. Thus, we are constantly exploring ways to integrate this functionality in a safe and secure way.
You can view any HTML 5 web standard document type directly in the browser including PDF, MP4, JPG and PNG files. Click on the View version button, which opens the file in the browser. These types of files are not stored on your computer when viewed—unless you specifically choose to download them. They “disappear” when the browser session ends.