Archive for May, 2007

May 20th, 2007 | 1 Comment »

You may have noticed, that when you go to create content on Quibblo, that there is an option to “List my [content] publicly on” with a little checkbox that is pre-checked by default.

A neat little feature that you may not know much about, unchecking this box will hide your content from the public directory, allowing you to limit respondents to only people who access the link to your quiz directly.

When might you want to hide your content from the public directory? Here are some instances where privatizing your content is a good idea:

  • When you create content that contains personal information that you may only want to share with select friends.
  • When you are posting your content in a specific place, and only want the responses to come from a certain group, and not be contaminated by the general public.

Remember, if you leave that box checked, your content will show in the general directory, and be accessible by any and all Quibblo users.

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