Teams functionality enables the partitioning of a server so multiple teams can work collaboratively - or siloed with private assets - from one server location. This makes it easier to start new automation projects, manage what people see and when, and administrate automation across fewer servers.
Teams feature is only available on the Enterprise version of Leapwork.
The Teams menu will be available on top of the Flows menu, only after you have added more than one team. You can add more teams by going to the Team Management section in Settings in the Studio.
Assets Management on Teams
Each team in Leapwork has its own assets and a user can access it only if they are a part of the team. Flows, Agents, Dashboards, and Reports of one team will be visible to the user of this team only.
Agents distribution on Teams
Assign agents to specific teams only as assigning a single agent to multiple teams can cause a deadlock situation if more than one schedule is scheduled at the same time.
User role on Teams
The role of the user-configured like admin, reader, or contributor will remain the same if the user is part of multiple teams.
We recommend having one parent admin who can monitor all the teams and the effective management of agents and resources is done. That parent admin should be part of all the teams available.
For any clarification, please contact our Priority Support.