By default, anyone who has the link to a presentation created in the Digideck can view it. In some cases, presentations contain sensitive information that may not be appropriate to a larger audience. The Presentation PIN passcode security feature is an optional measure that requires someone with a Presentation link to enter a 4 digit code before they can view the content.
Things to Consider
Extra security is always a trade off, so when enabling a PIN Passcode on a Presentation, keep the following points in mind:
The PIN Passcode is set on the individual Presentation, and cannot be changed per each shared link.
The PIN will apply to anyone who attempts to access the shared link for this presentation, even if it was sent out prior to the Passcode being enabled.
Anyone with access to the Presentation on the DigiDeck website can find the PIN Passcode under the Share tab.
A client will be prompted to enter the PIN Passcode every time they view the Presentation
How to set a PIN Passcode
Open the Presentation as you would to edit anything else about it. Select Presentation > Security to open the Security menu.
Under “Restrictions”, select PIN Passcode, enter the 4 digit code you would like a link recipient to enter, and then select Save Changes.
If you run into trouble or don’t see the PIN Passcode option, please contact support.
How to remove a PIN Passcode
To remove the PIN Passcode, return to Presentation > Security, select PIN Passcode to remove the PIN, and then select Save Changes.