All publishers can create a private paper, for their eyes only!
Using Paper.li for market, industry or trend monitoring and don't necessarily want anyone else to view your paper?
When you switch a paper to private, the paper will only be seen by you when you are signed in as the publisher.
If your paper is set to private, it will not be listed on your public profile, nor will it be searchable on the newsstand.
Creating a "stealth" paper keeps your profile on the newsstand clean, and papers are for your eyes only.
If you have a Pro subscription for your paper, you can invite collaborators and grant them access to your private paper as well.
Create a private paper
From your Paper Settings Dashboard > Web Newspaper.
Turn the Public Web Newspaper toggle to OFF.
You can be assured your paper is private by a symbol found at the top of your Paper Settings Dashboard and on the front page of your paper, under the topic bar menu.
Paper Setting Dashboard with Private paper setting turned on
Topic Bar Menu with Private paper setting turned on
When your paper is set to private, it can no longer be promoted on Twitter, Facebook, or Linked in. Auto-promote is disabled. If you have a Pro subscription for your paper, only those who you have invited as collaborators will receive email notifications.
Signing into a private paper
If your paper is set to private, when you visit your paper URL, you will need to click ESC on your keyboard to signin and view the paper.
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Last updated: June 6, 2016 Julia Yaziji