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I have a Trello board which is a digital product I have created to sell. To make it accessible to anyone who buys it I think I have to make it Public. Does that mean anyone could find it and just get it for free though? Could anyone let me know the best way to set it up so people don't find it for free? Thanks 🙂
Hi @Robyn Towning 👋
Welcome to the Community! That's correct when you make a board public it means anyone could technically find a view the board (though a lot harder without knowing the URL!) but for security reasons a number of users are unable to use this due to sensitive information on the boards.
Unfortunately, the only ways to currently share your Trello board is to either a. invite them to be view the board at which point they will become a member of the board or b. use the Power Up External Share which does have a cost attached but will allow you to share anything from just a card to the whole board to external guests.
I hope this helps but if you have any other questions just ask away 😃
All the best,
Hi @Robyn Towning, check out the External Share Power-Up: https://trello.com/power-ups/60d93bb780ee244d5d2b1edd/external-share
Here's an example of a shared board created by the Power-Up: https://trll.io/p0iyaN2Y1o/demo?pwd=UEeidwMmVfmBvhKx