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Go to: https://accounts.google.com/b/0/IssuedAuthSubTokens?hl=en Alternatively, click Account » Security » Connected Applications and Sites. You will be prompted for your password. After that, you're shown a list of all sites you've used Google to authenticate with:
You could do it as a form, like this one: https://spreadsheets0.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dEN6SDhuY3J1dVZxb09DcURqcU8tdEE6MA Otherwise, as soandos said, it doesn't make sense.
Go to https://www.google.com/accounts/b/0/IssuedAuthSubTokens To navigate to this page: Sign in at http://google.com and click your name in the top navigation bar. Then go to Google Account Settings. At the bottom, click Visit the previous version of the Google accounts screen. In the Security section under the Personal Settings tab, click Authorizing ...
Only members of the board can edit/delete cards/add or lists. No need to add them to the organization. Your settings should be as follows: Visibility: Public Voting: Public Comments: Public Adding Members Permissions: Admins Allow organization members to add themselves to this board: Disabled
This is impossible. The reason why it is impossible is because one cannot actually edit a document they can't see. The best they can do (as you said) is try to submit input. But that requires knowing where the input would go, something they can't know as they can't see the document.
Yes, you need to edit permissions settings for this particular doc to "Anyone with a link". Click Share Click on "Change..." (See image below) Select "Anyone with a link" Then share it with the user with any kind of email id. They will not have to log in.
Open Privacy Settings, click Apps and Websites at the bottom of Privacy, remove the website from "Apps you use".
If you join a secret Facebook group your presence on the group is unknown and posts on the group are only visible to others in the group. A closed group however only limits who can see the posts. Who is a member is public. Either ask the group to switch to Secret or don't join.
From the Google+ page: "+Dennis Troper wanted to update you and say we are already working on multi-admin support, ownership transfer and page analytics." (emphasis mine) So it's not quite ready.
No, there currently is no way to do this. Permissions is something we may add later and I assume that it would be covered by that, but we don't have any time frame on when that might happen (and we might also charge for features like that).
Trello is very much like a wallboard with Post-it note cards with lists. Anyone with physical (edit) access to the board can make changes. Currently, the best approach is to discuss the issues with your team members and set guidelines for everyone. You may not be able to enforce the guidelines, but card activity tracks who made what changes so you can ...
Here's an answer, though you might not like it: http://support.google.com/drive/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=2494892 Once you transfer ownership of a file, you lose ownership for yourself. You effectively change the doc from something you own to something that was "shared with you." There is no way to downgrade a user back to editor unless you contact ...
No, Trello does not offer fine-grained permissions of this type. Sorry. In the future, it might be possible to write a plugin or an API monitoring script. This could be made to alert you if a card was moved by someone not assigned to it. But, as of now and for the near future, this does not exist.
You can make a board within an organization private so that only members of that board would be able to see it. To do so, just add go to the board, select "Options" > "Settings" > "Permissions" and set visibility to "Members".
Commenting can be available to one of the following: the public (anyone with a Trello account) the organization that the board is in members of the board The ability to move cards is available to anyone that is a member of a board So, you can achieve that if: The board is in an organization The "particular member" is in the organization Commenting is ...
The simplest solution I can think of is to set both of their Share settings to "View" or "Comment". This will prevent either from editing the document. But my guess is that you are looking for something more like the restricting of "adding" or "removing" by a valid editor. This is also changeable in the "Share Setting" but affects all those the document is ...
You can use the option Lock replies: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/transition-sfv/3Jdz8DMUaT0/5WIYUiE7P8UJ: Lock Replies - Disallow any replies to topic(s). Topics that have replies locked have a gray lock icon next to their names. The Post reply button will also disappear from within these topics. Unlock Replies. Lock Topic - Disallow any ...
I think you could accomplish something similar to this by doing the following: Use your board's email-in feature (settings -> Mail Settings) to let users mail in new cards. You can even use IFTTT to do things like "If text message tagged #idea, Then send gmail to firstname.lastname@example.org". Alternately, you could create a web form that emails to this ...
You can do it via Facebook's regular UI. Simply go to App Privacy Settings and click Edit next to the app, from which you want to take away posting permissions. Then click Remove next to the permission you want to revoke. You can also change privacy setting for the posts there.
It's not possible to assign visibility to certain members per list or per card.
If a person is maliciously adding you as an editor (or owner) to documents, you could report the Google Drive/Docs abuse to Google. If it's a friend who's behaving anti-socially, tell him or her why you don't want to share/own the document. Unfortunately, in the email that's generated, I can't see any way to "refuse" the share in the email. Google Docs is ...
If depends on what kind of information you want people to submit. If each person is submitting unique information like, an answer to a question, then you can do it by using the Google Spreadsheet + Forms ( no html knowledge required ) but if you are looking for people to be able to submit information based on somethign another coworker has submitted then ...
Disclosure: I'm MyPermissions' CTO. MyPermissions.org itself is simply a list of links pointing to the exact places in websites such as Facebook where they manage the permissions you have given to 3rd party apps. In some websites, these links can be deep inside the user interface and are very hard to find. On MyPermissions.org you can also register for a ...
Hat tip to Gajus Kuizinas who has clarified this for me. You may not utilize Facebook Payments to sell virtual currency or other stored-value item that can be used outside of the app where the transaction was completed. In short, no: Facebook Payments cannot be used for digital downloads.
This is not possible. You can only control visibility at the board level. However, because you can move cards between boards (open the card, hit Move..., and select a new board), it would be possible to emulate that by creating a board with a single list and then moving cards between that and the "real" board.
There is a difference between organization membership and board membership. Only members of a board can perform actions on boards (like move around cards). This way, you can have boards that are only visible to or editable by a subset of your organization. In order for members to be able to edit your boards, you'll have to add them to the boards directly. ...
Yes. Make a Dropbox account in the usual way. Put the file(s) in your public folder. Right-click the file, select copy public link. Share that link. E.g. this. Repeat until done.
Backupify has a free tool (Migrator for Google Apps) that can transfer the complete contents of Google Drive (among other services) to another user. The key feature here is: Access Control Lists, Labels and MIME metadata are all transferred intact with Migrator, so you never need to worry about manually updating sharing lists, permissions or tags for ...
From their Google support page: Note that anyone you set as "Can view," "Can edit," or "Is owner" must have a Google Account or Google Apps Account to share your site. So the only way you can give someone else editing rights, is to have the person sign up for a Google Account.
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