What is Wdesk?
Wdesk is a document and data collaboration platform that helps teams work together. It is cloud-based, which means you can access your work from almost any device.
Teams can work together on complex business reports or simple day-to-day activities in one place. Wdesk enables your organization to get things done accurately and efficiently.
Files and Documents
In Wdesk, there's no switching between multiple versions files. You can collaborate with your team in a way that's controlled and transparent. In a nutshell, your documents in Wdesk are safe, up-to-date, and as accessible as you want them to be.
Collaborate with your team on documents at the same time, scroll through the full document, and create split-screen views. Learn more.
Collaborate at the same time on sheets, work with large amounts of data, create cross-sheet formulas, and create split-screen views. Learn more.
Collaborate and format presentations with your team at the same time using information and data from documents and spreadsheets. Learn more.
Collect documents and exhibits and walk through steps to creating a filing with the SEC. Learn more.
Classic File Types
Note: If you are using classic files, you'll need to transition them to the next generation file types. Learn More
Classic documents have sections that lock and then you share your work with others.
Classic Workbooks have sections that lock and then you share you work with others.
Classic Presentations have sections that lock and then you share with your work with others.
Classic Data Collection
Gather data points from across your organization in a consistent way. It lets you compare and aggregate data.
The primary way of organizing all of your Wdesk files, such as documents, spreadsheets. They also help make things easier to find. You can use folders to roll forward next generation file types.
Use projects to organize classic documents for a filing. You can use projects for rolling forward classic files.
Combine related documents from both Wdesk and outside sources. Use binders to combine reports with supporting documents for executive review.
Searching for Files
Search is the quickest way to find something if you know the name, or part of the name of the file you’re looking for. If you have a large number of files, you can also sort alphabetically, by file type, or by date modified.
Permissions and Roles
In Wdesk, you grant and control access using a combination permissions and roles. To set the overall access needed in a workspace, assign a role to provide access to features and then set permissions for documents or data.
Permissions determine the level of access to documents or data. Set permissions for a member or group to provide the access needed.
Roles allow you to control what features a member has access to in a workspace. Assign roles to set what members can do in a workspace. Only workspace and organization admins can assign roles to members in a workspace.
Permissions provide access to documents and data, such as a specific document or section. An example is having permission on a specific document to edit it.
Roles provide access to features, such as Filing or XBRL. An example is having a workspace role that lets you access the Filing feature.
Now that you have a sense of the basics, here are a few things to help you along the way: