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Access Control & Public Pages



I think I know the answer but wanted to ask anyways.

We currently have Access Control but have a need that might require a public page. The Access Control is for our Cloud/SaaS customers, however, we are rolling out some utilities for On-Premise & Cloud customers so were thinking on a public page just for those utilities/components.

Is this possible? As mentioned, I believe the answer is no but wanted to ask. We have a way around by creating a new AC group for those components only but wanted a way to allow anyone to view this new utility status.




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Hello Nick,

With Audience Specific pages (formerly known as Access Control!), there is not a publicly accessible view available. All users that wish to view the page will ned to log in with an Audience Specific User account, where you can dictate exactly what components, incidents, and metrics that user is able to view.

In order to have a truly public view with no authentication required, you would need to add a separate Public tier page which would be managed independently from the Audience Specific page.

Thanks, can you have a public page and a audience specific page on the same account or is it the account itself that is audience or public?

You can absolutely have multiple pages on the same account! All of our billing and subscription types are on a per-page basis, so you could have an Audience Specific page and a Public page on the same account. The same set of Team Members on that account will have access to all pages you add.

Here are some helpful knowledgebase articles on related topics:

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