To see a current solution or create a new one, you’ll have to sign in by using your work account. Your organization will have to be part of Microsoft Partner Network for you to continue. If you need registration assistance, please visit the Partner Center Help page. Sign in by selecting the Sign in link at the upper-right corner of any page and going to the My Solutions page.
If you have current solutions, they’ll appear on this page.
If your solution was shared with you by your partner development manager (PDM), please visit the “Working with a PDM on your solution” section.
Accessing your solutions
Keeping track of your solutions on Solution Workspace is as simple as going to the My Solutions page and signing in by using your work account. On this page, you’ll be able to create and track your solutions. You can create a new solution, see all your current solutions, and view the progress tracker for at-a-glance status of all your solutions through the lifecycle.
Each solution has the descriptive title that you (or the solution creator) gave it when it was created. When you find the solution that you would like to work with, select View solution to step into its detail page. At each stage of the solution lifecycle, you can track the steps and tasks that you’ve completed in the checklists.
If you don’t see your solution(s), visit the Solution Workspace FAQ to explore common questions about signing in and permissions.
Creating a solution
You can create a new solution from the My Solutions page. To access this functionality, sign in by using your work account. If you already have solutions, you’ll see a Create a new solution option near the top of the page and your existing solutions after the My solutions header. If you don’t have current solutions, you’ll see two options: one to Watch demo, and one to Create a new solution. In each instance, select the Create a new solution option to get started.
On the solution creation page, you’ll have to answer a few questions to get started. Don’t worry, you can update this information after you create your solution. If you’re not sure of some details because of your role, you can invite teammates later to edit the information. This information is visible only to Microsoft and the contacts on your solution. The Solution basics section asks you to name your solution, identify what type of solution you’ll be building, and estimate when your solution will be in market. In the Description section, you can give a summary of your solution’s features, target audience, pain points it should solve, what your solution’s differentiators in market are, and possible ROI.