New Features: Private Documentation

Many users have asked us to add the ability of making their API documentation enclosed in order to have access within their team. Now this opportunity is available. You are welcome to try and share your thought with us :)

So, how to make your project private? If you have not registered yet, you need to do this first. If you already have an account, you will need to log in and go to Settings section. There you can tick – “make project private”.



In this case, your project will no longer be accessible without authorization. If you, after doing project private, try to access your domain, you will be redirected to the login page.

If you need to give access to your project somebody else, you should go to Users section and invite as many people as you need. All will have limited access, but restrictions apply only to a few sections such as Settings or Users. They will still be able to edit documentation. In the near future we plan to add additional “Read only” role when users can only read documentation and nothing more.

In addition to this we’ve made a few more changes. Firstly, we’ve changed the style of our left menu. I hope you will find it better. Also we moved “Export PDF” option to the bottom and added a few more viewing options such as HTML and Print.

Thanks for keep using Turnapi and suggest new ideas.

The Turnapi team.

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