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The Postwire Post – Private versus Secure Pages

Posted by Carrie on 03, Oct, 2012

Did you hear the news?! We released Postwire Pro on Monday! With a Postwire Pro account, you can set privacy settings on a Postwire Page to require a login to view it.

Q: What’s the difference between PRIVATE and SECURE Pages?

A: By default, all new Postwire Pages will be PRIVATE. This means that the links (urls) to the Page are not publicly available, but if you or one of your recipients shares the link, the Page can be viewed.

With a Postwire Pro account, you can be more restrictive. You can make each Postwire Page SECURE. To view a SECURE Page, you must be specifically invited and logged in to to Postwire.

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SECURE Pages are especially helpful in healthcare, deal negotiations and other sitations where extra security and confidentiality are required.

  • To make a single Page SECURE: click the lock button while editing that Page (from a Postwire Pro account).
  • To make all Pages SECURE by default: click the dropdown menu by your name in the upper right corner of the Postwire screen. Select Privacy Settings. Click the big lock on the left side of the privacy setting page.


SIGN UP for Postwire Pro

Special Offer:
Over 50% Off

Unlimited Private Pages
Plus Password Protected SECURE Pages

$99 per year
– or –
$9 per month

Offer expires 10/15/12. Price valid for first year.

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