What is Confidential Content
Need to limit access to certain meetings because of what the discussion is about? Organization Admins can automate this task by setting up Confidential Content. When a Confidential Content phrase is heard during a meeting with Powow, the meeting will automatically be set to private in your Powow organization to ensure privacy of the material.
|Confidential Content is available only with Enterprise plan.|
New Confidential Content Phrases
The instructions on adding new Confidential Content are below:
You can use search at the top of the list to look for particular existing Confidential Content phrases.
- Login to Powow
- In a sidebar from the left choose Organization
- Select Confidential Content from available options
- Click + Add New Phrase next to the search bar. A window will pop up asking you for a new phrase that you would like to set as confidential
- Use to add more phrases and click the “X” if you’d like to remove them
- To apply new phrases, Save the changes
- To discard click Cancel or close the window
Delete Confidential Content
If you wish to delete a phrase, use the more key on the right of each row to open the dropdown. From it, you can delete the phrase from the list. The phrase will no longer be considered confidential in all new meetings. Past meetings, though, will still be marked as confidential content.
Confidential Content Indicator
The confidential content that you have just set up will be applied for all future meetings in the organization.
If the meeting contains a phrase from the list of Confidential Content, it will be marked as private directly upon uploading to the web app. You will see the lock icon next to the meeting title is turquoise and the confidential content indicator key is highlighted in red.
How Confidential Content Applies
The purpose of the Confidential Content feature is to automate the Privacy setting for your meetings. Users that you share manage access with will not have a permission to add new viewers to the access and can not export meeting data from the webapp.
You can read more about what making a meeting Private means in the Setting Up Meeting Properties article, Privacy paragraph.
To see a detailed list with meeting permissions and visibility into meeting analytics, read the article Meeting Permissions.
|As a Meeting Owner, you can switch off the privacy of the meeting by clicking on the turquoise lock icon. In this case, the meeting will lose it’s privacy settings. Nevertheless, the Confidential Content mark will remain next to the title, carrying no function but indicating that there exist confidential content phrases in the transcription.|