Edge added Workspaces. I like it. Great for consultants.

by Jun 8, 2023

Edge added Workspaces. I like it. Great for consultants.

As a consultant, I work for different customers and projects. For this I create a folder in my Favorites by Project or Customer to store all the bookmarks.

I can now use Workspaces for this. I create one for each Project or Customer and I can have the tabs opened that I use the most and a Favorites bar that only contains the bookmarks for this Workspace.

If you are working with a colleague on this Project, you can even share your Workspace. It will synchronize all the updates you do in the Workspace.

For customers who still create an account for me in their domain, I will still be using Profiles.

But for the rest, I will be using Workspaces!

How are you using Workspaces?

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