#
Subject
Posted by
Actions
1
Privacy in SmartMatch
Kjell Hansson
- Close
How are the privacy settings used in SmartMatch? I want my invited members to be able to read notes and view pictures. If I set these items viewable to the members they are also published in the SmartMatch view. How do I set the privacy to hide the information in SmartMatch?
Kjell Hansson
Sverige
- Reply
2
RE: Privacy in SmartMatch
Baba
- Close

Hi Kjell,

Every familysite member can see all the infos of the site, where he/she is invited.

In the privacy settings you can protect infos (Option Allow guests to view limited information in my site) against guests, means anonymous users.

Infos about living people are always protected for guests/anonymous. But not for familysite members.

Enable/Disable Smart Matches is another story. This will open/close Your site for the process to look for matches with other family sites.

Hope I understand Your questions correctly.

Best regards

Remo

Baba
Ittigen, BE
- Reply
3
RE: Privacy in SmartMatch [2]
Kjell Hansson
- Close

Hi,

Thank you for your explanation. To make sure I've understood it correct: when I have SmartMatch enabled all notes and pictures are viewable to other users when a match if found. There is nothing in between, all or nothing.

 Best regards

Kjell 

Kjell Hansson
Sverige
- Reply
4
RE: Privacy in SmartMatch [3]
Baba
- Close

Hi Kjell,

You can protect Your photos with the privacy settings, too ... a bit.

You can prevent the copy of images through the Smart Match functions. See the option on Your privacy page My Privacy .. Content ..Allow managers of other sites to copy photos of matched individuals

By the way, if You have photo albums, You have the option to prevent from publish and access for every photo album. See on the same page Select which albums in your site can be searched and viewed by other users. To prevent this, deselect the options beside of every album.

For more privacy information, see the Privacy Policy (https://www.myheritage.com/FP/Company/popup.php?p=privacy_policy). It's a very long document Cool

Hope this helps

Best regards

Remo

Baba
Ittigen, BE
- Reply