An overview of public links (TV mode) to views
Public links (TV mode) described
With this function, it is possible to share a public link to a goals view with anyone who is not in your Mooncamp workspace. Public links are supposed to support sharing a public goal view to e.g. a TV screen in the office or to a dashboard on your company’s intranet (the links can be embedded via i-frame). This way data can be shared with a group of stakeholders that do not have access to your company’s Mooncamp account. A public link can only be created by admins or users with specific access rights and is intended to be embedded and rather not to be sent out.
How to use public links (TV mode)
A public link can be created via the goal or OKR explorer. Here you have different possibilities to create, sort and filter your OKRs based on what you would like to share. You can save your individual settings in so-called ‘views’ and for each view a separate public link can be created.
To create a public view, click on the drop-down menu below ‘Explorer’ > + Add a view > give your view a name > activate ‘Visible to all users’ > Create. Now you can execute your settings and save these to your new public view via the orange ‘Save for everyone’ button coming up at the top. When saved, you can publish (or later unpublish) your view as a public link via the ellipsis
... in the top right corner. Once you have ticked the ‘Share to web’ button, you can easily copy the link and embed it to your company’s internal database or share it on a TV screen in your office spaces.
To learn more about views in general, please navigate to our views article.