Understanding the Difference Between Modules and Spaces in Boost.space

To effectively use Boost.space, it’s important to understand the key components: modules and spaces. Though they might seem similar at first glance, modules and spaces serve distinct purposes and functionalities within the system. Let’s dive into the differences between these two essential elements.


Modules in Boost.space are the building blocks of the platform, designed to handle specific business functions like CRM, project management, inventory, and more. Each module offers a set of tools and features tailored to manage particular types of data and workflows efficiently. For instance, the CRM module focuses on customer relationship management, while the project management module helps in tracking and organizing tasks.

Modules can be enhanced with addons, which extend the functionality of the core modules. These addons allow for further customization and optimization of workflows, such as integrating a calendar, managing notes, or tracking work hours. This modular approach ensures flexibility and scalability, enabling businesses to adapt Boost.space to their unique needs. Read more HERE.

Navigating through these modules is user-friendly, with a centralized main desktop and module store where users can access, install, and manage various modules and addons. You can find more detailed information on this page.


Spaces are subunits of modules where data is organized. Spaces act as organizational units that help categorize data logically, making it easier to access and manage. Creating a space is simple. Users can define a space, assign it a name, and customize its settings. Once a space is created, it can be tailored to specific needs using templates and statuses, which standardize data organization and streamline processes.

For example, in the contacts module, there are three different spaces based on the type of your contacts, and these spaces directly contain the data records. This structure helps keep the modules organized. Each space has its own roles: owner, manager, and member. You can find more detailed information about spaces on this page.

In essence, modules deliver the tools and functionalities, while spaces provide the structure and organization needed to manage data effectively within those modules.