Understanding Brillium Workspaces

Learn what Brillium Workspaces are and the variety of use cases for Administrators and Authors using the Brillium platform.

Workspaces form the core of Brillium’s object hierarchy and security. Each Brillium application subscription is provisioned with a Primary Account Workspace. Additional Workspaces can be created and managed by selecting Workspace from the Settings menu.

Primary Workspace

The Primary Account Workspace is the administrative Workspace that can access and control settings, features, and functions available within the the Brillium subscription account. The account is also considered the Principal contact authorized to designate all account subscription matters, such as adding licenses, features, and account management.

Create Workspaces

Workspaces allow administrators to establish, prescribe, and control, at the most granular level, the authoring and data analysis environments in Brillium. A Secondary Workspace can be provided security privileges to create Workspaces under its own governance. There is no application limit to the number of Secondary Workspaces that can be created within the Workspace object hierarchy, it is only limited by the number of Author licenses available through the subscription. Any Workspace, if such security privileges are granted to it, may create its own Workspaces. This function results in the creation Workspaces that form a hierarchical tree structure. 

Workspaces are very flexible. Common reasons for creating Workspaces are: 

  • To provide access for an individual to author assessments and view results.
  • To safeguard the integrity of an assessment while allowing an individual or team to access a limited set of Brillium features and functions.
  • To organize and maintain related assessments.
  • To maintain assessments authored with unique settings, such as language, application integration, or region/time-zone.
  • To maintain a unique set of assessment demographic data, collected as respondents enter related assessments.
  • To manage and maintain different levels of security for administrators and authors, such as when distributing Workspaces for use by department, business unit, or job function/authority.

See also: Brillium Data Object Structure