Sharing


Overview

In Arcweave, there are two ways to share your work:

  1. Share a project with someone else by assigning them the role of viewer or editor.
  2. Make a project public, so that anyone with the link can view it.

Roles & privileges

There are 3 roles that an Arcweave user can have in a project:

  1. Owner: usually the original creator of a project, unless they have transferred the project's ownership to another user. They have full access to the project, change other users' permissions, or delete the project altogether.

  2. Editor: they can edit the project, but cannot delete it, add users or change existing users' permissions.

  3. Viewer: they can access the project to view its boards, add comments and run it on play mode, but cannot perform any edits.

In the following table you can see the privileges of each role:

  Owner Editor Viewer
View project ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
Add/Edit comments ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
Edit project ✔️ ✔️
Delete project ✔️
Invite user ✔️
Change user role ✔️
Remove user ✔️
Allow public view ✔️
Duplicate project ✔️
Transfer project's ownership ✔️

{info} Project limits are calculated from the plan of the project owner. For example in order to lift the content limit of the Free plan for a project, the project owner would need to upgrade their plan to the Pro or Team tier.

How to share

To share your Arcweave project with another person:

  • Click on the paper airplane icon at the top right of the workspace.
  • Select Share from the menu.
  • On the Invite someone by email... input field type the email of the person.
  • Select the role: viewer, editor, or owner.
  • Click on Invite.

{warning} Assigning the role of owner to a user transfers the project's ownership to them. You will not be able to undo this.

Public access

To enable public link access to your project:

  • Click on the paper airplane icon at the top right of the navigation bar.
  • Select Share from the menu.
  • Click on the radio button at the top right corner to enable public access.
  • Copy the browser url and share away!

{success} Public viewers do not need an Arcweave account to view your project.