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Best way to create a private board for large team??

Hello!  I have a team of about 20,000 that I want to have access to a board (but cannot edit).  I do not want to have to add them all as members, and I don't want it public for anyone to access.  What is the best way to go about this?  I have a team website (squarespace) with member only pages (memberspace) and happy to integrate that if that's helpful or otherwise I can add a link to our board.  I would love to know any ideas for best password protecting or making the board private but accessible to the large team.  Thanks!!

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If you click the invite button at the top of a board, there is a link you can share with them so they can join themselves.

Iain Dooley Community Leader Jun 07, 2021

@Michael Pryor If they join they'll have full access to the board though, she doesn't want them to be able to edit it ... 

Oh. I don’t know how to do that. 

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Iain Dooley Community Leader Jun 07, 2021

@Kristen McDougal The only way that I know of allowing people to look at a board without them being a member of the board is to have them as a member of a workspace. From there you can create a board that is workspace visible, and control permissions for non-members, for example you can allow voting and commenting but not editing.

I don't think there's a published limit on the number of workspace members you can have, so you may well be able to create a workspace with 20,000 members. If you don't need more than 10 boards in that workspace, you won't have to pay for 20,000 team members, however they will all need a Trello account.

There's nothing in Trello (yet) that allows you to share a board by link in the same way as you can with Dropbox or Drive.

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