Make a Storyboard Public

The type of account you have will determine the security settings on your storyboards. 

All storyboards created with a free account are public and can be found with a search engine with the right search terms.

In a Corporate Account

You can change the privacy of an individual storyboard by viewing it and clicking "View All Options."

Select which type of privacy you would like and click "Close". The "Unlisted" option is great if you are sharing select storyboards with people outside of your account. This does not make your storyboard public to search engines.

In an Educational Account

Read more information on the security settings on educational accounts.

As the teacher, you have the ability to change the privacy of both your and your students' storyboards.

Click View All Options underneath the storyboard.

Select Change Privacy on the screen that pops up.

Select which privacy setting you would like for the storyboard and click Close. For education accounts, we recommend "Very Private" or "Shared with Class/Assignment".

In an Individual Account

All storyboards created on a paid individual account will default to "Unlisted". You can change the privacy of an individual storyboard in a few different ways.

If you're looking to change the privacy on your most recently edited storyboard, you can click the Privacy button below the storyboard

Select the privacy option you would like. The settings will automatically update.

From "My Storyboards":

"My Storyboards" is the gallery view of all the saved storyboards in your account, and appears below your most recently updated storyboard.

Click the Options button below the storyboard.

Click the Privacy icon.

Select the privacy option you would like. The settings will automatically update.

From the View Storyboard page:

Click View All Options.

Click Change Privacy.

Select the privacy option you would like. The settings will automatically update.

Have a specific concern? Contact our staff at supprt@storyboardthat.com. 😊


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