Password protect your files

Abheek Pandoh
Abheek Pandoh
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With password protected files anyone with the password you create will be able to see and study your note, but not have access to edit it. If you want access to this feature, you'll need to join our Supporter, Pro, or Limitless plan here!

 

Enable password protection on files

On your home screen

  1. Click the lock icon in the bottom left of an existing flashcard set, or note
  2. In the edit sharing settings pop-up click on the Password Protected block
  3. A password field should appear, please enter a password you want to set, and press save

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Inside flashcard sets

  1. Open an existing flashcard set, or create a flashcard set
  2. Scroll under the big flashcard on the right
  3. Click on the share button
  4. In the edit sharing settings pop-up click on the Password Protected block
  5. A password field should appear, please enter a password you want to set, and press save

Inside notes

  1. Open an existing note, or create a note
  2. Click on the 3 dot menu button
  3. Click on the share button
  4. In the edit sharing settings pop-up click on the Password Protected block
  5. A password field should appear, please enter a password you want to set, and press save

Enable password protection on folders

  1. Open an existing folder, or create a folder
  2. Click on the share button
  3. In the edit sharing settings pop-up click on the Password Protected block
  4. A password field should appear, please enter a password you want to set, and press save

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