When you visit the resources tab of a project, you’ll see a list of external resources linked to that project.

For example, when you create an important file on Google Docs or Google Slides, you can link it to your project, so it’s visible and available to everyone.

When you click on any resource, you’ll be redirected to a new browser tab pointing you to the right file (e.g. the right Google Drive file, or the specific Figma board).

You’ll only be able to see resources that you have access to. View and edit permissions for each project or team resource are managed in the individual integration (e.g. Slack, Confluence, Box, etc.).

If you don’t have access to those resources, you’ll be able to see them, but you’ll need to request access in order to view, comment on, or edit them.

If you have the right permissions, you can create a resource directly from the resource tab in your project.

Resources in projects are searchable through search.

→ Learn more about permissions and visibility

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