This article reviews the various levels of access to your MindTouch content including site access, level of contributor permissions, page access and special page permissions.
Levels of content privacy
There are four (4) levels of content privacy in MindTouch:
- Site privacy – determines if a site can be viewed by the public or requires authentication.
- User types – controls the tasks users and groups are allowed to perform globally.
- Page privacy – determines if a page can be viewed by the public or requires special page permissions.
- Page permissions – controls the tasks specified users and groups are allowed to perform on the page.
How do I get maximum online visibility?
Follow MindTouch best practices outlining how to maximize your online visibility.
How do I prevent online visibility?
If you are considering making your site private, STOP and perform the following test!
In Google, search for anything relating to our product. If Google surfaces third-party information on your product (i.e. information not authored by you), such as from Wikipedia or other websites, strongly consider taking control of the information circulated on the web. Create a handful of pages that inform the public and set your site up as a public site with private sections.