6.1 Sharing a Notebook, folder, page, or single entry
Posted by Johan Isoz on 16 February 2018 09:09 AM
All content in your notebook can be shared with others. You can share with anyone else who has an email address and/or internet connection, whether or not they already have a LabArchives account.
LabArchives allows you to share
For more information on who can share and other privileges see Users' Roles and Privileges.
Using the Share Feature:
You can access the share feature in 3 different ways. You can "right click" on the notebook, folder or page. That will open up a menu that looks like this:
Press the share
If you only want to share a specific entry, you can access the share function by hovering over the entry to view the entry toolbar where you will see the
Regardless if you are sharing a Notebook, folder, page or an entry, when you access the share link, the Share dialog box will pop up on the screen giving you a variety of options
Note the tabs at the top:
Using mentions to share an entry
When you have shared a notebook, folder, page or an entry, a different icon is shown to indicate which Folders and Pages are shared:
MOST INCLUSIVE PRIVILEGES WIN RULE:
It's important to know that, if you have created groups, you cannot apply less inclusive rights to a specific member of the group.
What this means is that, if I give a group read/edit privileges, but I want a specific member of the group to have read-only rights, I will not be able to arrange this. This is because the more inclusive read/edit rights win over the less inclusive read-only rights.
Note: Make sure that, if you create a group, you are prepared for every member of that group to have the rights you give it. You will not be able to restrict the rights of a specific group member further.