Visibility restrictions can be set for Policy Type and/or Documents Types (such as policies, regulations, etc.).
Policy Type Screen
|Public||Public users can access documents within a Policy Type|
|Non-Public||Authenticated users with appropriate permissions will be able to access documents within the policy type|
Document Type Screen
- When a policy type is set to public, a user will be able to set documents associated with the policy type as either public or private.
- When a policy type is set to private, a user will be able to set documents associated with the policy type as either private or authorized users.
|Public||Documents can be accessed by any user who has access to the Policy Type|
Note: If the Policy Type is set to private the documents created within it can only be set to Private or Authenticated Users.
|Private||Documents can only be accessed by authenticated users with appropriate permission to view private documents|
|Authorized Users||Users will be able to view documents with this visibility restriction if they have been granted the permission Access This Type for the policy type.|
Note: This option is only available if a policy type is set to private.
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