Shared Datasets in your Organization

Vegard J. Løwe

Co-Founder & COO

Shared Datasets in your Organization

Collaborating with several people on your geospatial analyses is sometimes complex.

Traditionally, geospatial analysis often requires you to use on-premise tools like QGIS or ArcGIS Pro, on which you are often alone to work on.

In the context of modern GIS, however, there will be many players involved and may include other players than GIS specialists, such as project managers, environmental analysts, researchers, marketing teams or even sales teams.

When collaborating on a project that requires a on-premise tool often results in a chaotic dance - a tangle of attachments, endless email threads, and the fear of missing out on crucial updates.

We understand the frustration, and that’s why we’ve introduced a collaborative GIS experience - an ideal companion for modern map-making!

Shared Workspace Data

An essential feature for analysts and map-makers is the ability to create and invite co-workers to a workspace on Atlas. Organizations will be able to access a common workspace where all your projects and files are grouped together.

You can share files in your workspace, where the files are in sync across all projects. No more juggling between various platforms, email threads or struggling to keep track of scattered resources.

Datasets Overview

Any file you share within the workspace will be accessible and up-to-date for all authorized team members. The days of redundant uploads and version control headaches are behind you.

If you share a project that includes workspace datasets, these datasets will only be visible for users that are members of the workspace.

Invite Team Members

If you know a person’s email address, you can add them to the workspace via an invitation. Atlas will send an invitation email to their address with a button to accept the invite.

If they already have an Atlas account, they will receive an email with a notification of the invite.

If they don’t have an account, they can sign up for an Atlas account as part of the acceptance process.

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