Announcing our latest update to research collaboration – now it’s even easier to manage users and control who can access your boards. With this update, Cronycle makes it even easier to share insights and improve the information flow within your organization and with your stakeholders.
What has changed?
With Cronycle it’s simple to add, view and remove board users, and to share boards with subscribers. With this update, we have refactored the “published board” option. It was previously under “publish,” and required going back and forth between publishing settings and board settings…but, not anymore.
Now, there is one central location where you can give access to your boards – for both subscribers and collaborators. The users panel now features two tabs – one for curators and one for subscribers. In both tabs, the list of users given that access level is clearly visible and can easily be added or removed.
What’s more, in order to protect confidentiality, boards are not openly identifiable across the organization by default. Instead, a board owner or collaborator must enable access and provide visibility to subscribers. This is why the subscriber tab has a section with a toggle enabling boards to be shared with subscribers. You can even control whether all content is visible or only content the editor has approved is visible (set as the default).
How to add users to a board
As a part of the update to research collaboration, at the top of the panel, we have added a single “+add users” button. It lets you add collaborators and subscribers as a first step.
From there, you can select from a list of user(s) within your organization to add or invite new users:
For more on this update to research collaboration, please reference these tutorials: