• 07 Sep 2023
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Article summary

This is the default Liquit Workspace starting point. Here you will find all applications, files and other IT resources made available to you by the system administrator. In Workspace you can:

  • Start managed applications configured by your system administrator.
  • Add your own personal apps.
  • Filter through apps based on easy to access filters, tags and teams.
  • Share personal apps, websites and other resources with your coworkers.
  • Define which applications should be started automatically.
  • View reviews of applications and websites written by your coworkers.
  • Report potential issues with an application directly to your IT Department.


Side Menu overview


These are predefined filters designed to help you find applications easily. When selecting a filter in the Side Menu, only applications assigned to that filter will be shown.

NameApplications filtered
AllAll applications
New appsOnly applications you have not yet started
Favorite appsOnly applications you have favorited
Personal appsOnly personal applications
Autolaunch appsOnly applications you have enabled autolaunch for
Local appsOnly local applications
Web appsOnly applications pointing to a web address


When selecting a category in the Side Menu, only applications assigned to that category will be shown. Categories are used for a more granular organization of the applications you have access to.


When selecting a tag in the Side Menu, only applications assigned to that tag will be shown.


Only users with admin privileges can create tags and categories and assign them to applications and users.


Teams are used to easily share applications with coworkers. Here you will see teams created by the administrator, of which you are a member, but you can also create your own teams.

How to add a personal application in Liquit Workspace

  1. Add your own local application in one of the following ways:
  • Drag and drop the application into your workspace.
  • Click on the “+” button.
  1. In the Add link dialog box that is displayed, select:
  • URL to add a hyperlink pointing to a website or a link to a file.
  • Local to add a local application.

Options in the Add link dialog box

General tab
Use local file icon If selected, the icon will be extracted from the application you are adding.
Path The path of the local application or file.

Advanced tab
Window Defines how the application should be started.
Directory Defines the startup directory.
Arguments Defines the startup arguments.


If the Local option is not available to you, please contact your system administrator.


When setting up a website application, if the browser selected in the configuration is not installed in advance, the default browser of your OS will be used.

Context menu

Right clicking an icon will make several options available to you, depending on whether the app is local or from Catalog:

favorite.pngFavoriteAdds the application to your favorite applications filter in the Side Menu.
edit.pngEditOpens the Edit link dialog box, where you can edit the details of a personal app.
auto-launch.pngAutolaunchEnables Autolaunch for a managed app, and adds it to the Autolaunch filter in the Side Menu. This feature is enabled by default for the Liquit Launcher. If it's not working for the web interface, you must contact your system administrator to configure it for you.
rename.pngRenameEnables you to change the display name of the managed app.
information.pngCatalog InformationDisplays catalog information about the managed app. See Catalog for more details.
repair.pngRepairIt is displayed only after you click on an icon that implies executing an action on your device, e.g. copying files or launching an .exe file. It will not be displayed for apps that open in the browser. Depending on how your system administrator configured it in the backend, the main purpose of this option is to run repair actions for an app; for example if an app is not functioning properly.
event-failure.pngReport problemOpens the Report problem with Liquit help dialog box, where you can report any problem regarding the managed app to your system administrator.
remove.pngRemoveAllows you to remove the application from Workspace. A managed app will be moved back to the Catalog, while a personal app will be permanently deleted.

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