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Control workspace creation on your organization by requiring members to request new ones. Once approved by either an Org Owner or Org Admin, the person that requested the new workspace will automatically become the Workspace Owner and can invite members to join.
Sign in to your Slack Enterprise Grid, then click Manage organization.
Visit the Settings page of the Admin Dashboard.
Click Organization Info.
Check the box next to Allow members to request new workspaces to be created. Leave the box unchecked if you don't want to allow members to request new workspaces on their own.
Choose a channel where you'd like new requests to be sent. The channel type must be private, and shared across your entire organization.
Click Save Changes to finish.
Tip: Make it easier to manage workspace creation requests across your organization. Create a private shared channel and invite Org Owners and Org Admins who can help review the incoming requests.
Who can use this feature?
Org Owners and OrgAdmins can access this feature.
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