A team is a workspace that unlocks the ability to create robots, surface important metrics for your robot(s) using charts, leverage a built-in chat to collaborate as a team, and provide fine-grained access control to team members. These capabilities come out of the box for each team you create.

What can I do with teams?

  • Manage Robots

  • Create Charts to view robot analytics

  • Team Chat to collaborate and help support robots

  • Role-based access control for team members

Example Team Structures

ACME Inc.

ACME Inc. is a single site manufacturing company with two robots that are both within the fabrication department. Within their organization they have setup a single team called Fabrication Dept. and granted all users access to that team.

Hierarchy

  • ACME Inc. (Organization)

    • Teams

      • Fabrication Dept.

        • Robots

          • C3PO

          • R2D2

        • Team Members

          • John Doe (Manager)

          • Jane Doe (Viewer)


Widget Inc.

Widget Inc. is a manufacturing with two departments - Welding Dept. and Machining Dept. Within their organization they have setup one team for each department which contains the robots performing those operations and the team members that should be given access.

Hierarchy

  • Widget Inc. (Organization)

    • Teams

      • Welding Dept.

        • Robots

          • Welding Robot #1

          • Welding Robot #2

        • Users

          • John Doe (Manager)

          • Jane Doe (Viewer)

      • Machining Dept.

        • Robots

          • Machine Robot #1

        • Users

          • Jane Doe (Manager)

          • John Doe (Viewer)

Guides

Below is a list of guides that will help you get the most of your teams

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