Sharing and Collaboration

SkyDeck.AI is committed to breaking down silos and promoting a culture of collaborative innovation. You don't have to work in isolation when using the GenStudio Workspace. Whether you are working on a general conversation with one of the LLM models or diving deep into one of the six specialized tools for targeted tasks, GenStudio provides a cohesive and intuitive platform for real-time collaboration.

How to Invite Collaborators

To add collaborators to any existing conversation, select the conversation from the left sidebar and click the blue Collaborate button in the upper right-hand corner.

Toggle the Collaboration slider and then click the blue Copy link button.

Should you wish to discontinue collaboration at any point, simply switch the slider to the off position.

With this link, you can invite any colleagues with ease. There is no need to add each collaborator's email address manually.

All invitees must have an account registered in the same SkyDeck.AI workspace as the conversation owner. This protects organizational assets and confidential information that may be contained within the GenStudio Workspace conversation.

Collaborator View

Collaborators can only see the conversation they have been invited to. They will not be able to see the rest of your GenStudio conversations. To include them in additional conversations, you must provide separate links for each respective dialogue.

Invited collaborators can exit a conversation whenever they choose by selecting the red Leave button in the upper right-hand corner.

Your View

Once a colleague contributes to the conversation, you will see a red notification bubble on the conversation in your GenStudio Workspace.

Each individual's input or contributions will be marked by their respective initials. Hovering over the initials will reveal your colleague's name.


Markdown does not work automatically in Slack when we send content from GenStudio Collaboration. So you will see *hello* instead of *hello*. This is a recent change in Slack. But there is a solution. In the desktop app you may manually turn markdown recognition *on* in the Advanced settings in Slack.

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