Allow password-protected hosting, and hosting from a non-Adobe server
These two features would go a LONG way to making Publish Online a viable format for professional publishing. I'm sure many clients would pay an extra fee (nothing outrageous) for a self-hosted solution, if that would be necessary for Adobe to commit resources to make this happen.
We have started to investigate how we can enable password protection for Publish Online links. Will share more updates soon
I just tried using the Review share option and people are saying they need a password to access the link. I don't see how to create a password and it's very aggravating when I thought I could just share them a link.
Maria G. commented
Hi- is this still not available?
Chris Wise commented
This would be a great feature and enable businesses to publish documents online whilst maintaining privacy and security for their clients.
Please add this feature! It would be extremely helpful.
Hello, Any traction on this? The last word from Adobe was almost one year ago to the day. Did I miss something? Thank you. @abhinavagarwal
Just wanting to personally add a +1 comment vote to this as it doesnt seem to have gotten much traction (but does have the most votes)
Has there been any movement on this @Abhinav Argarwal this year?
I'm glad to hear that, I'm waiting for update soon. for better publish online
Is this idea under consideration? Adobe XD added Password-protected prototypes. It seems like almost the exact feature that I believed is being requested here for InDesign. I currently have two active clients who have rejected using Adobe InDesign published documents due to the lack of this exact feature. I'd appreciate it if you could let me know if this is even under consideration.
Lindsey Thomas Martin commented
Whatever the advantages to the service, my organisation will not use Publish Online until we can host on our own servers or one maintained by one of our contracted suppliers.
Password protection would be a good start!