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I can't tell if a link is public or private when I publish it. It's hard to determine because when I send it to project sponsors sometimes they cant access it because its private. Is there a way you can tell when you publish a link to see if its public or private to double check when you send out to a person?
I don't understand anything. Are you really ask something about InDesign?
Do you know whether you can tell if a link that is published in Indesign is public or private when you create it? #pleasebekind Much love want to learn.
publish online is private, yes, private as in only the person you give the link to can access/find that file. that publish online file can't be found via a google search, dos that answer your question?
No, you can't. This is manual process. Tell us more what you want to have in result.
If you mean, links inside a document to other web sites - then the idea of what is "public" or "private" is completely personal to you or your organisation, it isn't a thing.
Are you referring to the new Share for Review feature, the Publish Online feature, or the Public/Private settings of the files you sync to your Adobe Cloud account and are sharing with other CC users?
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Here’s an overview on the new Share for Review feature, which covers how to set the project to Public or private:
Thanks Rob! This answers my question. Happy Friday!