Security rules allow you to control how readers can access your document.
It is essential that you consider your security requirements before publishing a document, particularly if you are publishing sensitive information or content intended for an internal audience.
As PageTiger is a cloud-based system, documents are hosted online. Failure to consider security before publishing could lead to information becoming distributed to a wider audience than you may have intended.
There are nine different types of security setting available. A security rule is set at document level and will be applied to every version in a document. Different security rules cannot be applied to individual versions.
Below shows an example of a password-protected document that also requires the reader to enter their email address:
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