The Workspace of weframe offers plenty of space to arrange, edit and present content.
In this article, you will learn more about:
Workspace – Overview
The workspace at weframe One is the playground where groups can arrange and edit their content. It extends in 16:9 format over the entire screen area of the weframe One Device - i.e. 85'' screen diagonal or approx. two by one metre screen area.
The Session Menu in the upper right corner of the Workspace contains options to manage the current Session. It can be activated by a tap and be deactivated by another. These are its current functions:
- PIN – currently valid PIN for connecting mobile devices.
- Session Widget – instructions for participants on how to connect.
- Close Session – end the currently running session with a tap.
The weframe One workspace is available eight times per session through eight consecutive phases. The phases help to structure a session clearly - either in terms of content for content sorting or work statuses or in terms of time for subsequent sections of a session.
Phases can be navigated by swipe over the anchors on the right and/or left side of the screen. In addition, the phases can be controlled directly via the bars at the top of the content tray.
The weframe One work surface is optically divided by the grid - a comprehensive arrangement of small white crosses. This makes it easier to arrange and align content (notes, sheets, etc.). Behind each grid cross the main menu is to be called up.
All Notes (from Personal Devices) are sent into the session via the inbox at the top of the screen. Here you can be dragged to the desired phase as required.
Once dragged from the inbox onto the desktop, Notes can no longer be pushed back into the inbox.
Things either not yet needed or no longer needed can be stored in the Tray. It can be opened and closed at the bottom of the screen and is available for each of the eight phases.
Content can be simply dragged from the work surface into or out of the open Tray, using Tap&Hold.