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SlideShow Settings

SlideShows in CustomShow feature configurable security and view settings, allowing content owners to modify these settings at any time even after sharing the SlideShow to other users or recipients.

Users can access the settings of their own SlideShows in the SlideShow Console.

Selecting any SlideShow will display its settings in the right side-panel, under SlideShow Tools.

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  • Expires:
    • Disabled by Default
    • When enabled, a date is set as the Expiration date for the SlideShow. At the time that this date is reached, the SlideShow will no longer be accessible by any recipients or shared users.
    • Owners can still view Expired SlideShows by clicking on My Expired SlideShows in the SlideShow Console.
  • Private:
    • Disabled by Default
    • When enabled, only users who have been added as a Recipient by the SlideShow owner can view the SlideShow. No other users will be able to access the SlideShow.
    • Please see Sending SlideShows for more information on adding Recipients.

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  • Allow Printing:
    • Enabled by Default
    • When enabled, SlideShow viewers are able to print the SlideShow's content via the Options: Print menu when viewing the SlideShow.
  • Notify Me When Viewed:
    • Enabled by Default
    • When enabled, any attempt to view the SlideShow by a user other than the owner of the SlideShow will generate an e-mail notification for the SlideShow owner.
  • Share:
    • Enabled by Default
    • When enabled, SlideShow viewers are able to share the SlideShow with other recipients via the Options: Share menu when viewing the SlideShow.
  • Show Thumbnails:
    • Enabled by Default
    • When enabled, SlideShow viewers are able to see the thumbnails for each slide in the SlideShow when viewing.

Additionally, Accessibility allows users to specify what level of security will be set for their particular SlideShow.

For more information on the Accessibility options and Security levels for SlideShows, please see the Help Center article on SlideShow Accessibility.

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