Adding identity verification to a page
When you're on our Enterprise plan, you can find out who specifically has viewed your Qwilr Pages. You'll be able to add a verification step to any page, and your clients will need to enter email before they can view.
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Note: This feature is only available on our Enterprise plan.
Setting up authentication
Step 1. Click on the Share button from either the dashboard or the page editor.
Step 2. Click on Access settings.
Step 3. Click the Enable Authentication switch and you're all set.
Note: You can also apply this setting to any template, so identity verification is automatically applied to each page your team creates from it.
What your client sees
Once you've enabled identity verification, your clients will see this form when they visit your page. It prompts them to authenticate before they can see the page. The options they see will depend on what you've selected.
- If your client chooses to authenticate with Springboard, a box will pop up asking them to create and/or login with their existing Springboard Account.
- If your client chooses to authenticate with email, they'll enter their name and email address. Then they'll receive an email with a link to verify their email address. Once they've verified, they'll be able to view the page.
Restricting authentication to a specific email domain
For even more security, you can restrict verification to viewers with a certain email domain, or a set of domains.
To do this, head back to the security settings and set the page up for email verification as shown above. Then click the Enable Domain Security switch, and enter the approved domain(s).
If you want to allow views from more than one domain, separate them with commas. You don't need to type the @ symbol.
Once someone has verified their identity and viewed your page, you'll be able to see this information within your page analytics.