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How to share all your work

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This article describes how to share all of your work with another Snap Online user.

  1. Log in to Snap Online and Your work is the first page shown. If you are already logged into Snap Online, click Home to return to Your work. The Summary tab is shown by default.
  2. Select the Shares tab. This lists the users who you have shared Your work with.
Shares tab showing the users that share the Your work folder
  1. Click the Add user button to enter the details of the user you want to share Your work with. The user must have a Snap Online account.
  2. In the Add user dialog enter the user’s email address that they use to access their Snap Online account.
Add a user to share the Your work folder
  1. Next set the Permissions for the user.

Permissions

Description

Analyst

This gives permission to access the Analyze section of a survey.

Analyst plus data download

This gives the same permission as Analyst with the addition of access to download the survey data.

Interviewer

This permission allows access to use the survey as an interviewer, but does not give access to the Build, Collect or Analyze sections.

Researcher

This gives full access to all sections of the survey: Build, Collect and Analyze.

  1. Set Enabled to Yes for the user to have access to the shared item.
  2. Set Manage shares to No if you do not want the user to share the work with other account holders. Set Manage shares to Yes if you want the user to be able to share Your work with other Snap Online account users.
  3. When you have entered the user details, click Save to add the user. The user has access to the shared item. The new user is displayed in the Shares list.
Shares tab showing the users that share the Your work folder
  1. The folders, surveys and templates in Your Work are shown with new icons showing that they are shared. The icon SharedFolder.png indicates that the folder is shared. The icon SharedSurvey.png indicates that the surveys or template is shared.
  2. In the Shares tab, the Permissions column shows you where the share was set. As the following example shows the survey share is inherited from Your work.
Inherited shared permission
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