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SlideShow Accessibility

CustomShow allows SlideShow owners to modify the settings on their content. The most important SlideShow setting is the level of Accessibility set for each SlideShow.

By default, this setting is determined by the Client Administrator of each particular library. However, SlideShow creators will generally be granted the ability to change this setting from its default to a desired setting.

  • Please note, if this drop-down menu is disabled, please reach out to your Client Administrator for more information.


 
There are three different levels of settings available:

  • Anonymous
    • Each viewer will be prompted with a View SlideShow button, which will launch the SlideShow content in a new window. Viewers are tracked as an “Anonymous” users in the SlideShow’s metrics. Viewers are logged in as a single-use Guest user.
  • E-Mail Required
    • Viewers will be prompted to enter a valid email address. Viewers are tracked with their entered e-mail in the SlideShow’s metrics. Viewers are logged in as a single-use Guest user.
  • E-Mail + Password
    • Viewers will be prompted to enter a valid CustomShow login along with a password. This ensures every viewer is a registered user of CustomShow. Viewers are tracked with their entered login and e-mail in the SlideShow’s metrics. Viewers are logged into their CustomShow account.

These options can be changed at any time, even if a SlideShow has already been viewed or is being viewed at the time the change occurs. Many SlideShow owners will prefer to keep their settings at either Anonymous or E-Mail Required to allow for non-CustomShow users to view content.



It is important to keep in mind that if the Notify Me When Viewed option is enabled along with the Anonymous security setting, then each notification e-mail will only be able to inform the SlideShow owner that the content has been viewed but not by whom.

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