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[libreoffice-marketing] NextCloud blog about Secure View with Collabora Office


Howdy,

Today on Twitter saw a link to recent NextCloud blog posting relevant here,
wanted to share it and wanted to make a bit more LOOL focused visual
content. Put together two graphic files and posted up this to go with them:
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*NextCloud* and *Collabora Online* work together for a Secure view to your
documents.

Secure View
Prevent your shared files from getting downloaded!

- While maintaining the support for collaborative editing

More details in the NextCloud blog:
https://nextcloud.com/blog/secure-view-prevent-your-shared-files-from-getting-downloaded/

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Put the the two images, one showing a readonly share and the second an
share with edit right, up in the shared marketing folder:

Read-only (direct URL) https://nextcloud.documentfoundation.org/f/145044

Editable mode (direct URL) https://nextcloud.documentfoundation.org/f/145048

Best wishes,

Drew

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