I work for a company that develops qualifications for the education sector. Like @Julien_RENAUD and @Alexis, we’ve set up separate teams but we collaborate by inviting relevant colleagues to projects and assigning them specific tasks. For example, my team is Product Development. We’re quite a big one, made up of almost 60 people, and that includes sub-teams that have slightly different responsibilities as part of the development process. Then there’s the Assessment Design team, who work closely with us when we actually start writing a qualification. I set up a development project (we have our own templates for those), then invite an Assessment Design colleague to join it, and they have full access to that individual project.
The advantages of having separate teams are:
- everyone doesn’t have their sidebar flooded with irrelevant projects
- we can grant access only to specific projects
- teams can have different subscription levels - ours is Premium, because we use all of the features, where some other teams only need free access.
Good luck with setting things up! Post an update and let us know how it goes.