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What's the difference between a public project vs a member project?
Originally posted by DanielWilliams on Thu 07 Jul, 2016
A good place to start is here https://www.procollabs.com/tutorials/starting_a_project - it describes the differences. But in a nutshell, its about the different levels of visibility and access a project has.
A 'public' project can be seen by non-members (anyone who is not logged in can see it listed in the active projects, and listen to it if there is a featured track).
A 'member' project can't be seen by non members, but the rest of us will see it and be able to comment etc.
In a private project, only you and your collaborators will be able to see the action (i.e. tracks, comments, etc) - but the rest of the community will know that a private project exists if we visit your profile, where it will be listed (useful if you just want to show that you are working on something) . The only difference between the secret project and the private project is the fact that a secret project is completely hidden to members.
If you checkout my profile, you'll be able to see an example of what this looks like.
Hope that makes sense.
Originally posted by MonkeyC on Thu 07 Jul, 2016
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