Password protection for "Share as webpage"

Previously, we heavily used the "notebooks" feature to publish a scrollable webpage view of our feature lists for our Engineering teams that we didn't want to give access to our main Aha account. Now that "notebooks" have morphed into "presentations", this experience became noticeably difficult.

I discovered today that there's now an option from the List Report to "Share as webpage", but this unfortunately does not allow us to protect it with a password; we don't want this information to be accessible to the general public.

My workaround until this feature is available is to download each of our 9 list reports as an image and republish in Confluence each time I make updates to the list; this will take substantially more time and effort.

Please add the capability to define a password per shared webpage! This would be most useful to us if we could set a password for each shared webpage, versus for one password that impacts all shared webpages. I can easily imagine it being a new option in the attached screenshot of the current settings modal that appears when you choose to share a list.

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  • Aug 7 2019
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  • Jan Diep commented
    5 Mar 10:25pm

    Agreed. It is important to restrict access to specific stakeholders, and especially so that the data can't be shared externally accidently.

  • John Michaels commented
    13 Jan 09:47pm

    Yes, our organization sees great value in being able to share views internally ONLY within our organization using this "Share as a WebPage" if only there was a way to lock it down so only people within our organization could see it.  At this point, we have no way to do that. 

  • Guest commented
    2 Dec, 2019 10:46pm

    The web page is a better user experience as well. All the above points are totally valid. 

  • Jiyaad Naeem commented
    8 Aug, 2019 07:13pm

    Yes, we want to share certain pages with only certain stakeholders, but want them to be protected so they aren't readily available