Share portals via a direct link or an embed code from the Dashboard or from the portal itself.
After you’ve created a portal, simply click the Share button, or from the portals Dashboard, select the Options menu > Share.
When sharing a portal, you can choose security and sharing options. Choose to leave it publicly available or require an access code or login. You can also select a date the portal will expire and not be accessible, use a direct link to share, embed it, and invite people to view or edit it.
There are three levels of security for portals:
- Access code required
- Login required
Selecting "Public" means that anyone with a link to the portal can access and view it, even if they're not Widen Collective users.
Access Code Required
Portals that require access codes are private but can be accessed by anyone with the code, even if they're not Collective users. Access codes must be at least six characters and can include special characters.
Portals that require a login are also private and intended for users of the Collective. To require a login means that anyone who receives a link to the portal will need to log in with their Collective username and password.
There are two options when you require a login for a portal: limited and extended. By default, the Limited option is selected. With that option, a user's permissions from the Collective control what they can see and do in a portal. If a user doesn't have permission to interact with assets in the Collective, they won't have permission to interact with the same assets included in a portal.
With the Extended option, users can interact with assets in a portal even if they don't have permission to interact with those same assets in the Collective. This is useful when there may be a few thousand assets with a particular security setting in the Collective, but a portal creator needs an exception made for a subset of those assets that may be in the portal.
Share a Portal
Share your portal via direct link or embed code. Create your own direct link to share or copy and paste the embed code into another website.
You can also invite people to the portal. Enter names or email addresses and choose if those you're sharing it with can view or edit the portal. Click Invite when you're ready to share!