(Legacy) Share a process publicly

(Legacy) Share a process publicly


What is it?

You can make a process available to the outside world by enabling "public sharing". When enabled, anyone with the URL can see the process without logging into Skore, i.e. no user account is needed.

Permission: workspace administrator feature only
This feature may have been disabled from your workspace

Understand the risk

Anyone with the URL may be able to see the process.

We do not recommend leaving a process shared publicly for ever, the option is easy enough to be turned on, and off as soon as possible.

How to...

How to enable / disable process or file sharing

  1. Open the process, go to the share menu
  2. Enable publicly shared
For everyone to be aware, the process is now marked as shared publicly on the workspace list.

Notes

If your process uses images from the file manager, they will need to be "shared publicly" as well to be accessible from the outside

See also

  • Manage access rights
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