Use CoSchedule’s read-only links to share projects, campaigns, and calendars with stakeholders, clients, and other team members who don’t have access to CoSchedule.
Here are a few ways real teams use read-only views.
Share Updates In Stakeholder Meetings
Instead of spending time creating presentations, taking screenshots, and building out project timelines for stakeholder, client, or department meetings, share a read-only link to your calendar, marketing campaign, or project.
This gives execs a real-time update of the projects you’re working on. And by sharing the link with them after the meeting, they’ll continue to have access to project status in real-time as your team makes updates and changes.
Share Content For Feedback
You have projects that need feedback from upper management or a client. And it can be a pain to compile every file and send them via email for approval.
Instead, jump into any project and create a read-only link that includes all attachments.
Now anyone can review the copy, video, audio files, or images you’ve created for your project - even if they don’t have access to CoSchedule.
Review Social Messages
You can also create read-only versions of any social campaign on your calendar.
Instead of reviewing a series of social messages in a spreadsheet or series of screenshots, your client or approver can see an actual mockup of what each social message will look like once published; making it easier to actually give specific feedback.
Whether you need to share important marketing details with a client...your supervisor...or a contributor outside the calendar...
Now it’s easier than ever to share the RIGHT details, at the right level.
Need a little extra help? Learn more about read-only links.