Anyone with a Public Card link link can view the entire Card (including images and files), even if they are outside of your Guru team. This means you can now share knowledge in Guru with everyone— from your friends, your hiring candidates, your LinkedIn followers, to anyone in between.
Collection Owners and Authors in a Collection can make those Cards Public.
Public Cards are turned ON by default at the Collection-level by a Collection Owner or Admin. To learn more about disabling Public Cards, click here and read the FAQs.
Creating a new Public Card
- Build out a new Card that you want to share with people outside of your Guru team
- On the final page before saving the Card, you will see a section entitled "Who Can Access this Knowledge?"
- Select Public (no sign-in required). Anyone with the link will be able to view the entire Card (including images and files), even if they are outside of your Guru Team.
Turning a Pre-existing Guru Card into a Public Card
- Open a Guru Card that you want to share with people outside of your Guru team
- Click the ellipses on the left-hand toolbar, and open Privacy & Sharing settings
- Select Public (no sign-in required)
Once a Card is public, a globe icon will appear on the copy-card-link icon to indicate that this Card is now Public:
Tracking what cards are currently Public:
In the Card Manager, we have added a Public Cards section to the Filter by Attribute column:
In the Collections tab in Team Settings, you can see if a Public Card has been enabled or disabled for the Collection and how many Public Cards are in it:
Public Cards will NOT appear in a Guru search for those Guru users who do not have access to the Card via Collection or Board Permissions.