Group work with weframe is stored in Sessions and each session always has a specific owner. This ensures that work statuses and data are always within reach and safe with the responsible person.
All your sessions are stored in the Session Library of your account, accessible under "My Sessions". This is how you get there:
- Open weframe.one in a browser.
- In the Burger Menu at the top right, click the "My Sessions" option.
- You are now in your Session Library.
Here, all Sessions belonging to you are listed as tiles and sorted by date of last editing.
A Session contains the following elements:
1. Name of Session
Each Session has its own name, with which you can recognize it unambiguously. We recommend the following points when naming Sessions:
- Names cannot be assigned twice within your session library.
- The length of the name should not exceed 37 characters.
- Choose a unique name that will give information about the content and/or the group work.
2. Manage Session (more options)
By clicking on the three-point menu, you are offered several options for managing your session:
Detailed information about these options can be found in the article "How to manage your sessions".
3. Current status of the Session
Together with the Start/Stop button (see 3.), the session displays the current status and the options available for working with the session:
- Last opened on 2019/22/07, 14:48
On this day / at this time this session was last opened or saved.
- Session is active.
This session is currently open on the weframe One you are currently connected to. All other sessions in your session library are grayed out and can only be selected again when you close the opened session with the Stop button.
- This session is waiting for the transfer.
You have transferred this session to another weframe user via a link. The transfer has not yet been accepted by the recipient. The session cannot be edited. You can only cancel the transfer by selecting the option "Cancel transfer" in the three-point menu.
4. Button with available action and description
Sessions can be opened or closed with a single click. The color and labeling of the button show you your current options:
a) In the default state, all sessions have a red start button:
b) An already opened session shows a stop button with which it can be closed:
c) If a session is open, all other sessions in the library are inactive and show an unselectable grayed out start button: