Workspace Discover page - How to find and use pre-made Workspaces Follow

Note: This article only applies to users who have turned on the new Workspace interface, available in beta as of March 2020. 

Looking for some Workspace inspiration? Want to get started using Workspace but not sure how? The Workspace Discover page is the place for you! 


When you click on “Discover” at the top of your Workspace homepage, you have access to thousands of pre-made Workspaces created by Hāpara teachers from around the world. 

The featured Workspaces on this page are a curated collection of great Workspaces, created by teachers and selected by the Hāpara team. 

You can also search for Workspaces on the topics you’re already teaching by subject, grade or keyword. To search by grade or subject, tick the boxes next to the relevant grades and subjects on the left side of the Discover page. There are currently over 300 Workspaces tagged with subjects and grade levels. 


To search by keyword, enter your search terms in the box at the top of the Discover page. This will bring in results from the thousands of public Workspaces that teachers have shared over the years. 


When you click on a Workspace in your search results, a preview panel will appear. This panel will contain the full description of the Workspace as well as some additional information. If you’d like to view the full Workspace, click Open Workspace. A read-only version of the Workspace will open in a new tab.

If you’d like to use this Workspace with your students, click Copy in the top right corner. It may take a minute or two to generate the copy. Once it is done, you will have the option to view your copy of the Workspace or continue exploring the read-only version. 


Once you’ve made a copy of a Workspace, you can find it under “Owned by me” on the My Workspaces homepage. You can edit this Workspace in any way you’d like to meet the needs of your learners.

Want to make your Workspace available to other teachers? Learn how to turn on public sharing here. 

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