Make your entire workflow and its report public, or choose to share it with select collaborators, privately.

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Here is a live example of a public workflow. You can duplicate any public or private workflows to edit its analysis or use them as the base for your own work.

You can find public workflows for inspiration under the community workflow tab.

Sharing a public workflow

Anyone with a public link can view the entire workflow including the live data source, all tabs, and its report.

How to share a public workflow

  • Open a workflow you wish to make public.

  • Click on the "Share" button located to the right of the workflow header.

  • Select the option "Public"

Workflow link and Report link

Depending on your goal, you can use either of two links to share your work:

  • The Workflow link will open the workflow on its first tab. It's ideal to point to the analysis side of your workflow.

  • The Report link will display the report page first, which is best to share a series of Charts.

Both links are only entry points to the same public document. Whether you use the Workflow link or Report link, users will be able to navigate to both parts:

  • To navigate to the workflow editor, select the tab 'Report'.

  • To navigate to the workflow from the report, click 'Source data' in the report header.

Sharing a private workflow

Private sharing presents a few more options.

Sharing with collaborators

  • Open a workflow you wish to share.

  • Click on the "Share" button located to the right of the workflow header.

  • Select the option "Share with collaborators"

  • Add the email of the people you want to share this workflow with (they must be Workbench users).

  • Choose their individual level of access

    • Can edit - Editors have the same rights as the workflow owner, but cannot delete a workflow.

    • Can view - Viewers can naviguate through any step and tab and view the entire workflow but cannot edit.

    • Can only view report - Viewers will no be able to see any other tab than the report one.


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