You can share your Explorations with other users to collaborate with them. Exploration can also be shared with a user role. This gives access of your Exploration to all the users in that role.
Share an Exploration
How to share an Exploration:
- Click on or button in Klera header, alternatively select File Menu > Share.
- “Share Exploration” pop-up form will open with the following sections:
Hide Data with no Filters
While sharing an Exploration in a ‘Read Only’ mode, you can define which rows of the data should be visible to the other users. Klera provides row level security to let you control data visibility for read-only users, through ‘Named Filters’.
Select the checkbox to hide data without filters.
The user/role you wish to share this exploration with.
- Start typing the user or role name.
- Select from the list of Klera users/roles. You can provide multiple users/roles in this field.
Access RightsAccess rights define how much control the shared users will have on your Exploration. There are three Access Rights; Read Only, Execute Only and Full Access. Following table summarizes what other users can or can not do on a shared Exploration according to the access rights.
3. Click on ‘DONE’. Shared users will get a notification.
Explorations Shared by you
Explorations you have shared with other users have this icon in front of their name in the ‘Open Exploration’ pop-up.
Explorations Shared with You
Explorations shared with you by other users are listed in “Shared with me” tab in the ‘Open Explorations’ pop-up.
Collaboratively Work with Shared Users
You can collaborate with other users by sharing your Exploration with them. Following collaboration features are available in Klera.
|Note: Collaboration features are applicable to all shared users irrespective of their access rights.|
View Active Shared Users
Klera shows all the shared users who are active on a shared Exploration at any given point of time. So, when a user opens a shared Exploration, an icon with the user’s initials is visible, to all the other active shared users, in the product header.
View Active Shared Users’ Current Position
If the shared Exploration has multiple pages, it is possible that different active shared users are present on different pages. The count of active users on a page is mentioned on the corresponding tab. Click on the count to view the list of active users.
Navigate to Active User’s Current Position
You can navigate to the tab on which a specific shared user is present. Click on the active user’s icon in the product header to navigate to the tab where that user is present.