In order to give you a greater degree of control over who can see your catalogues, QuickSell provides you with different levels of privacy to better manage your catalogues.

Index

  1. Setting up your privacy settings
  2. Different privacy levels 

Setting up your privacy settings in QuickSell

Through QuickSell you can manage your privacy both on a default level as well as a catalogue level. The default level applies on all new catalogues that you create. You can then change the privacy settings on an individual catalogue level through the catalogue level privacy settings.

Accessing the default privacy settings

  1. Tap the Options button on the top right hand corner of the All Catalogues Screen.
  2. Select the Settings option in the Options Menu.
  3. Select the Privacy Settings option in the Settings Screen.
  4. Tap on the Default catalogue privacy box in the Privacy Settings Screen.
  5. Select your preferred default privacy settings of the three options provided and then tap the Set Default Privacy button.

Accessing catalogue level privacy settings

  1. Open the catalogue whose privacy levels you want to change.
  2. Tap the Options menu on the top right hand corner of the Catalogue Screen.
  3. Select the Catalogue Settings option in the Options Menu.
  4. Scroll till you see the Access level privacy level options in the Catalogue Settings Screen. Select your preferred privacy level and it will be applied on the catalogue.

Different privacy levels

QuickSell catalogues have three distinct privacy levels

  1. Public
  2. Semi-private
  3. Private

Public

A public catalogue is accessible by anyone who has a link to your catalogue. You cannot block anyone from viewing a public catalogue. Public catalogues are excellent for your promotional products. This will ensure that if anyone forwards your link it will be a form of free publicity.

Semi-private  

A semi-private catalogue is like a public catalogue but with the ability to block people or groups of people from accessing your catalogue. This mode works well for products that you wish everyone to see but would like to exclude certain people such as your competitors or former customers

Private

A private catalogue is not accessible by anyone except to the people or groups of people to whom you have allowed access. These types of catalogues work best for customized products or for products that you do not wish are shared to imitators etc.

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