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:
Adding Members Permissions: Admins
Allow organization members to add themselves to this board: Disabled
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).
Yes, you need to edit permissions settings for this particular doc to "Anyone with a link".
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.
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.
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.
Save the verification email you get when you originally set up the "send mail as". At the bottom of the message is a different link and text that says:
If you accidentally clicked the link [to verify your address], but you do not want to allow [redacted]@gmail.com to send messages using your address, click this link to cancel this verification:
If you ...
No, unless they still have the document open in a tab. If it is open then they will get a notification that says that their permission settings have changed and it forces them to reload. If it is closed then they won't see it unless they go looking for that particular document and can't find it.
I tested the following using 2 unique Gmail accounts:
User Alice created a Google Group and invited User Bob to join.
Alice created a Google Doc and wrote text.
Alice shared the Google Doc with the Google Group via the group email address GROUP_NAME@googlegroups.com.
Bob could view everything written so far and can edit the document.
Alice then removed Bob ...
There is no need to publish any private posts in order to do what you want.
Let us have another look at your request though.
Is there a way that they can allow a certain user to write the posts, but not post them (at least not in a way visible to the public)?
There are two parts to this question.
...allow a certain user to write the posts, but not ...
When you pull up the share menu - click the little drop down an choose "view"
ALso if you want to disable copying and downloading, click on "advanced" on the bottom right and check the 2 boxes at the bottom
No it is not possible. Google does not have the tools for and refer to 3rd party scripts. They confirmed to me that they do not offer this much needed admin functionality to better manage permissions. In our case our Google Drive has become unmanageable now.
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.
Here's an answer, though you might not like it:
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 ...
You can use the option Lock replies:
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.
Lock Topic - Disallow any actions ...
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 ...
I would avoid Google Apps for Business as your primary storage solution. When I was sourcing alternatives, Box.com was the only one that I felt would provide some benefit. In the end, I didn't see enough of an advantage to offset having to spend agonizing weeks migrating our files. Also, it is a lot more expensive; you get what you pay for.
My advice is ...
Instead of IMAP use POP.
From the reference
You can read your Gmail messages from a client or device that supports POP, like Microsoft Outlook.
The above means that accessing the GMAIL email mailbox, as the same happens with most of the email services mailboxes, using POP doesn't change the messages in the email server. Bear ...
Custom functions can't call services that require authorization. Source: https://developers.google.com/apps-script/guides/sheets/functions.
The way to overcome the problem is to use another way for calling the function, like assign the script to a custom menu, an image, an installable trigger or by running it from the Script Editor.
This is not a definitive answer, but I feel the reason they would would give is:
When you are sharing a file, if they have your contacts, they can suggest you email address to share the link with.
That's what they do on mobile as well.
There is an official version (for Android) here:
Why does the Dropbox Android app request access to my contacts?
The Android app uses your contacts to provide features that make it
easier for you to use Dropbox, including sharing with friends without
having to remember their contact info. For example, when you share
files and photos, Dropbox ...
Every time you connect to a system (web, or mobile app) using your Google Login you are granting the developer of that system access to your account. If you see a window something like this.
The app in question Google Analytics Windows is asking the user for permission to read their Google Analytics data. Once granted the application will have permission ...
The assistant should change the owner to you before they leave. Otherwise, you're stuck with the process you've found.
Obviously, in G Suite the administrator would be able to take care of all of this.
I installed Vidar’s script and works very well for files, but wouldn't reset permissions on folders. So, I changed a little bit the code to make the folders also inherite the permissions from their upper folder.
Two important disclaimers:
I don't know if the original intention was to leave folders unchanged. Or even if it worked well for everybody but me, ...
You can achieve this by going to your Privacy Settings.
Select Edit Settings under "How Tags Work"
Click Off next to Timeline Review
Review the information about Timeline Review and select Enabled from the dropdown.