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This documentation will clarify about public and private projects.

Public and Private

Public and Private

In a nutshell, public projects allow everyone in the world to access projects with read-only mode, while private projects only invited company members have access to the project, except company owners, who always have full access to projects private.

* Only Project Leader or the Workspace owner can access this configuration

Show your public project to the world

The public projects are in read-only mode for everybody. Projects that are public can be used to showcase your work and expose your project plan, project backlog and current development status. Making a project public is simple, just go to the Project Settings and after you must check the option "Public Project".

Show your public project to the world
When a project is marked as “public” anyone can access every section of your project and view its content.
Create a Project

Create a Project

By default, when creating a project your visibility is set to Private Project, but don't worry, you can deselect the option and make it a public project. Therefore, if you wish to have more privacy and secrecy, choose to create a Private Project, and like that, only those that you allow will be able to access your project. Your project can be: Full, Minimum, Scrum, Knowledge Base, Task Tracking or Gamification

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