At emaze, we understand some things are just personal. Read on to learn how to make your presentation private.
*Please note, only users with an emaze Premium plan can make their presentations private.
You can change your privacy settings in three different ways. One way is by selecting the padlock icon by hovering your cursor over a presentation thumbnail:
By clicking the middle icon, View, and when the presentation sidebar opens, select Share.
Or, by clicking on Share in the Editor.
In the Share window, select Privacy. Three panels will now appear, Public, Team, and Private.
'Public' is the default for free users, but you can still select what level of publicity you would like for your presentation. Click the Select Public Settings to allow others to Download, Print, or Duplicate your presentation. If left unchecked only viewing privileges remain.
Click Team to select the settings for your team members in regards to this presentation. Click Select Team Settings to allow for others to Download, Print, or Duplicate your presentation. If left unchecked only viewing privileges remain. Please note that this feature is only applicable to those with the Business plan. To learn more about our Business plan and purchasing team licenses, please see here.
Private is the default for a premium user's presentation. When a presentation is private, it can be viewed only by those who receive the presentation through collaboration or by being sent the presentation with a password.
To collaborate with a colleague, click Select Collaboration Settings. There you can invite a colleague to collaborate by either viewing or editing your presentation.
To set a password for a presentation click Set a Password.
To share on social media, or send a link to your presentation, your presentation must either be made public first or password protected.
Now that you know how to make a presentation private, try it for yourself!
For any additional comments, questions, or concerns, please feel free to reach out to our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org