Learn how to set the privacy settings for content being shared with your network, also known as security trimming. Explore how to change privacy settings on documents and folders, as well as how to see who has access to your documents.
- [Instructor] One of the first things I've seen…users of Delve want to do is make sure all of their…content is secure.…Rest easy, Delve only shows the content…already being shared with your colleagues,…using best practices from tools like SharePoint,…called security trimming,…which only exposes items in Delve…that people have security access to.…This piece of mind will ensure you can work securely…knowing Delve is providing the right content…to the right people.…Let's spend some time reviewing access controls.…We'll start in the Me page of Delve.…I'm going to take a look at a couple files so I can see…what security permissions have been granted to those files.…
Let's start by looking at this Word document.…I know that it's stored in Steve Somer's OneDrive,…but I don't know what the permissions are for that folder.…To open the folder I'll just click the link.…I see once the folder is open this is…my "Shared with Everyone" folder.…So I know anything shared here is shared…with everyone within my organization.…For example, if I wanted the "Landon Event Planning Letter"…
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- Exploring how Delve surfaces information
- Establishing privacy settings
- Navigating the Delve homepage
- Using content cards
- Organizing content with Delve boards and favorites
- Sharing content available through Delve
- Finding relevant experts
- Connecting with Delve through the Office 365 web application