Control Access to Your Event Micro-Website Using Visibilities #
Event visibilities are used to help Grenadine control access to your event micro-website. You can choose the visibility that suits your situation, and you can also change the visibility at any time.
- Public means that once your event is published, anyone can access the pages of your event website and register (if you make tickets available, of course). This also applies to your mobile app, if you have one. Google and other search engines can also discover and index the contents of your event website.
- Unlisted means that your event website and mobile app (if any) is not listed publicly. Only those who have the link or app code (which you can send out) will be able to access the pages and register. Search engines are also prevented from indexing your site’s content using the noindex, nofollow HTML metatag.
- Private will make your event website and mobile app off limits to everyone except registered guests and people who have a username and password, or the app code in the case of mobile apps. To make your event, you’ll need to enter a global user/password, and distribute that to your intended audience.
When Changing from Public to Unlisted or Private #
When your event is marked as Public, search engines such as Google are actively encouraged to index your event micro-website. If you switch back to “unlisted” or “private”, keep in mind that your event micro-website may have been indexed already, and that some contents will contrinue to be present in search engine results. For this reason, we recommend making your event Public when you are comfortable that all contents can safely be published.