New security features: restricted share links and commenter permissions


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Today we launched three new features related to data security and permissions: a new permission level, commenter; password-restricted share links; and email-domain restricted share links.

You can read more about all these features on our launch post.

Commenter permissions

Commenters can see and directly comment on records in a workspace or base, but cannot modify any of the records, fields, tables, or collaborative views. They can also make personal views for themselves (if they’re part of a Pro plan workspace).

Password-restricted share links

This is a feature only available on Pro and Enterprise plans. You can choose to restrict access to a base or view share link with a password. If you do this, anyone that wants to view the contents of your share link will need both the randomly generated URL and the password.

Email domain-restricted share links

This is a feature only available on Pro and Enterprise plans. You can choose restrict access to a base or view share link to an email domain. If you do this, anyone that wants to view the contents of your share link will need both the randomly generated URL and to be logged into an Airtable account using a verified email address from the specified email domain.


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