Posts and Tours Privacy PRO
All used on the Kuula Basic (free) plan can upload only public posts and tours. Kuula PRO users can also create posts and tours that are either Private or Unlisted. Here's how the available privacy modes work:
- Public visible on your profile page, in search and in the Explore section. Public posts & tours can be shared via direct link and embedded.
- Unlisted hidden from your profile age and not appear anywhere on Kuula. Unlisted posts& tours can be shared via direct link and embedded.
- Private visible only to you. Private content can not be shared or embedded.
- Business Protected (tours only) requires a password to access. Protected tours can be embedded and shared just like Public and Unlisted tours.
Managing post privacy
The privacy of a post can be easily changed at anytime. You can select the posts privacy during the upload process as illustrated below. You can also go to the editor of any existing post and change it's privacy setting using the same interface.
You can easily recognize an Unlisted and Private posts by a label on the top of the photo information panel (1). To change it, click on the Edit button (2).
Privacy of a tour can be set in a similar way, during the batch upload process. The privacy interface can be found on the right side of the screen as illustrated below.
To change the proivacy of an existing tour and go to the Tours section of your profile. You can see a grid of all your tours with a bar at the botom showing if they are Public, Unlisted or Private.
To change the privacy of the tour, open the tour and click on the Edit Tour link on top of the thumbnail bar. On the Edit Tour screen, you will find the Privacy on the left side:
Protected tours BUSINESS
Kuula BUSINESS users can additionally protect the tours with a password. If you select the Password Protected privacy mode on the Edit Tour page, you will see a dialog asking you to set a password.
The password can be changed at any time, but it cannot be recovered. If you happen to forget the password you previously set, just change it to another one on the Edit Tour page. You can also disable the password altogether by selecting another privacy mode on that page.
You can share or embed protected tours just like public or unlisted ones. To access the content of the tour, your visitors will be asked to enter the password: