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comment A word for a “non-logged in” user
@joe: no every non logged in user sees the message when they go to the document
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comment A word for a “non-logged in” user
@Clockwork-Muse : The ability to claim the document allows the owner to restrict write access to certain users. You're right - anybody can claim any public document - that's why I'm putting up this message up as to say "you've created this document, you have all the functionality for your group to do whatever you want, but if you like this product and you don't want to lose control of what you've already done, you should probably register"
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comment A word for a “non-logged in” user
@Clockwork-Muse : yeah, I've made it like this so as to encourage people to use the site even if they're not willing to log in. It's a similar model as to how stack exchange allows anyone to post a question without registering. Without going into too much detail about the site, the documents are not intended to be private, they can be cloned and are always viewable by everyone with the URL and the intention is that they're to be edited by multiple users within their group.
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accepted What is the meaning and origin of the common phrase “the world is your oyster”?
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