Sharing an Event


Sharing a Social Tables Event online makes the process of communicating and collaborating with partners and clients a breeze! Use the Public Link to allow people to view your Event online or add guest collaborators to an Event to make edits of their own!

Start by selecting the Share button in the Menu at the top of the screen

Guest Collaborators

Simply enter the collaborator's email address, choose an access level, and select share! Once the event has been shared by you, it will be visible in the collaborator's account. 

There are several levels of sharing permissions that you can grant your collaborator:

Can View

  • Event Details + View All will only allow them to access, view and upload files to, and comment in the Event Details including viewing objects on a diagram and attendee lists.
  • View All will allow them to view objects on a diagram and attendees. 
  • Diagram Objects will allow them to view objects on a diagram. 

Can Edit

  • Edit Details + Edit All will only allow them to access, view and upload files to, and comment in Event Details as well as edit diagrams, attendees and add collaborators. 
  • Full Edit Access allows them to edit diagrams and attendees, check-in and seat attendees. 
  • Diagram Objects allows them to edit existing objects on a diagram. 
  • Check-In Attendees only allows them to check-in attendees. 
  • Seat Attendees allows them to add attendees, seat guests on a diagram and check in guests. 

View Only Access: Objects, Objects & Guests 

Use the Restrict Access On toggle to prevent collaborators from making further edits after a certain date and time. 

Once you've added a Guest Collaborator, select the Manage Collaborators button to adjust their level of access or remove them from the event

Public Link

If you only need to share access to view the diagram, rather than edit it, an even simpler solution is the Public Link!

When the Public Link is toggled on, anyone is able to click on the Event URL and open view-only access to the Event in their web browser. Simply copy, paste and share that link!

Want to see more? Click here to view a 60-second tutorial on Sharing & Collaboration!

Are you seeing something different? If so, click here: http://help.socialtables.com/sharingtools_newheader



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