When your team is racing against the clock to complete a federal grant application, try grants.gov's new workspace feature. Workspace allows a team of registered users to create an online workspace to download and complete individual application forms. These forms can be filled out simultaneously by different users instead of trading a single PDF package of files via email or a flash drive. Here are some ways that workspace could benefit your team: individual forms can be reused across multiple workspaces, update only the form fields that need it, and save your team from having to fill out the same form over and over again. Key applicant information also cascades across all forms in a workspace. If the sf-424 form is completed first, enter your information once and it will populate in every other workspace form. When you use workspace, help is just a click away. Locate the nearest question mark icon and you will be taken to a context-sensitive help article that explains in detail the page or window in front of you. In the future, workspace forms will be able to be filled out and edited online. There will be no need to download a PDF unless you prefer to do so. Stay tuned to the grants.gov community blog for updates on online forms development. Video tutorials are available on grants.gov's applicant tools and tips page to help you create your first workspace and walk you all the way through submitting a completed application. Give workspace a try during your next application window and save your team time and effort.