There are two ways to create a project in Sympli Versions:

With desktop app

To create a project using the desktop app, click on the “Create New Project” button located at the top right of the window, this screen will pop up:

Here you can configure the project name, storage service (if you have linked your account to a provider like Github, Bitbucket, Gitlab, or Azure DevOps), select a workspace, and choose if it’s going to be a Personal or Team project. Click on “Create New Project”.

To create a project in a workspace you need to have a seat in this workspace and have a Designer, Admin, or Owner role. If you have any of these roles, you can create and download projects, push changes, view project history, create branches, and perform all actions allowed on a git-level.

With web app

In the Sympli Versions web app you can create a project by clicking on the blue “New Project” button at the top of the Projects column.

When you are creating a project, you will be asked in which workspace you want to do it.

Click on the dropdown and choose any workspace you have the rights to create projects in. To create a project in a workspace you need to have a seat in this workspace and have a Designer, Admin, or Owner role. If you have any of these roles, you can create and download projects, push changes, view project history, create branches, and perform all actions allowed on a git-level.

You can also create a Public project if you want your project to be viewed by anyone. This is usually used if you have open-source designs.

Click on “Create Project”.

Create team projects

If you have created a team in Sympli Versions, when creating a project from the main page, you can select the team this project is going to belong to:

Click on the Team field.

Select your team from the list of teams and click on "Confirm". Then click on "Create Project".

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