Configure how your video can be viewed and discovered

Configure how your video can be viewed and discovered

You can configure specific settings in your hosting account to control how viewers discover and view your videos and images, including adding security protections.

1. Go to our website and log into your account. Click My Content at the top of the page.

2. Hover over a video or image and click Details.


3. On the Video Details or Image Details tab you will see your options under Visibility.

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  1. Public - The video can be discovered by search engines.
  2. Unlisted  - Anyone with the link can view the video, including people who access an embedded link via your website. However, the video will not be indexed by search engines.
  3. Password Protected - Only those with the link and correct password (set by you) can view the video.
  4. Team User (only for use with Team Plans) - Only other logged-in members of your Team Plan can view the video. This option is great for internal-only communications!

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