Understanding Orgzit's project types
There are three different kinds of projects that you can create in Orgzit. Project types vary on the basis of:
- The objective of the project
- Who needs access to the project
Let's take a closer look at the three types.
"Team projects" are projects that you create for a specific team. You may, for example, create a Compensation or Recruitment project for your Human Resource team. Once you create a team project, every member of your team will be able to view and join it.
When you create a project but do not define a team for it, you create what is known as a "My project". "My projects" can be created by users to track personal projects and tasks, which they do not wish to share with other Orgzit members.
When you give access to a "Team project" or a "My project" to someone outside of your organization – for example, a freelancer, consultant, or client – that project will appear as a "Shared project" for them.