You can easily make your project Public or Private in just a couple of clicks.
If you want to make a published project Private where only people with a link or password can view the content, click on the “Share” button at the top right of the screen. You then click the Share Privately option on Share Online page.
Restricted to specific people
From the “Share Online” page, click on the “Share Privately” tab. Then, from the dropdown menu, set your project as “Restricted to Specific People” which means that only those you invited have access to your project.
Invite people into your project by entering their Email Addresses and clicking on the “Send Invite” button. The invited members can comment, view or edit your project, depending on the permission setting you’ve selected.
Invited members will receive an email notification that contains a link to your project.
You can also copy
your private URL
and share it with your audience.
Anyone with the link (Using a Password)
From the “Share Online” page, click on the “Share Privately” tab. Then, from the dropdown menu, set your project as “Anyone with the link” and if you want to, enter a password that must be required to your audience when accessing to the project.
Copy your private URL and share it with your audience.They will be able to comment or view your project, depending on the permission setting you’ve selected.
More about the collaboration & annotation feature here
How do Private Visme Projects work with Robots and Search Engines?
If you make your project Private in Visme, it would not be indexable by Search Engines. Robots such as Google would not index your content so if people search for your project, it can’t be found.
Note: If you have a project that your previously had it as Public but you then make it Private, it can take days/weeks for Google to revisit and remove it from its index as a Private project if it is already indexed by Google when it was Public.
When a project is private, only those you give the URL to can view it. If you also make the project private with password protected (an option under Privacy), then only those with URL and password can view it.