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Private, Shareable and Public: Permissions in foldier.

In foldier we can set permission for items and folders. These permissions control how links and files can be accessed by other people.

Setting permission to private tells foldier the data item is not to be visible to anyone other than the owner. This remains true even when the item is picked up by a shared folder or public folder.

Setting permission to shareable tells foldier the data item can be accessed by people we explicitly share it with. The item can be shared to other users but will not be visible to the general public even when is picked up by a public (published) folder.

Setting permission to public tells foldier to remove any access restriction to this item. It will be shared to other foldier users and will be visible to everybody else when is discovered by a public folder.

Setting permission to public for a folder means the folder is published and it is available in the Community section of the web site open to everybody. Only public items inside a public folder are visible to the outside world.

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  1. July 23, 2008 at 2:55 am

    Howdy;

    Sounds great. Im from germany – if its possible; put me on your looooong waiting list for an invite :9

    Salut and best wishes

  2. September 22, 2008 at 11:46 am

    well done, man

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