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¿We can to work in different workspaces than belong to same organization?

We have several repositories in the same workspace, so we ask to ourself if it is posible to separate repositories between workspaces without lost root workspace name.

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Tyler T Atlassian Team Jan 20, 2021

Workspaces are simply a way to organize repositories. Members can be added and removed from workspaces.

There is no root workspace. Perhaps you can use 1 workspace for your organization and then organize repositories into Projects instead?

You may find this Workspaces FAQ helpful:

And here is some info about Projects:

We want work with workspace variables have different workspaces with projects but all thing in same organization

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