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What are collections ​& why should I care?
(Updated October 15, 2019) - Something called
'collections' just showed up on the edocr page. Let's
discuss this cool new feature.
A collection is a folder of documents, similar to having a
directory folder on your computer. Think of it as a portfolio
or binder. It is a place you can gather common content
together and control that content with a set of access
So, take your documents, with various purpose and
content, from this:
Our Basic (free) account provides you two collections (3 if
you were an edocr user before we migrated databases in
2016). Your collections appear on your profile page.
*Please note the default 'My Documents' Collection is
a public folder with no access control options, unlike
all other Collections.
Possibilities for collections include gating all of the
documents. You ​can​ gate your content in a number of
different ways, for example:
● Require email for access (leadgen)
● Provide a unique URL which is not discoverable
● Allow access by a list you input to view documents
● Allow access by a list you input to upload documents
And, just added in October 2019 are a new Collection type
called Collaboration Collections. This allows you to create
a collection and provide access to a defined group to
submit documents to you that only the collection owner
can view and edit. ​Read more here​.
The settings you choose will apply to all of the documents
in that Collection, overriding any contrary Document
Creation of a Collection with one of these options, or just
publicly available looks like this:
Examples of why you might choose various privacy
● This collection is about a certain subject someone
● this collection is private to my 10th grade math class
● this collection requires a valid email address to be
accessed (for #leadgen)
● this collection requires a $2 monthly subscription fee
● these documents are 'for sale'
● this co