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.
Thank you all for your feedback and votes on the feature request.
We are currently looking into this important feature request. As part of the evaluation, I would be reaching out to some of you to gather deeper insights.
Please help us by providing your valuable inputs and feedback.
Abhinav Kaushik (AK)
Product Manager, InDesign
Is there a way to publish a book file? It seems I can only publish one file but not a compilation. Is this true?
Yes, and really need the password protect feature.
Very much needed.
John Taylor commented
This feature would be invaluable. Absolutely has to happen
Kevin Ricks commented
this feature would increase the value of this product hugely
I would like the password feature added to Publish Online. I have 2 clients that won’t use it unless they have password protection
Juliana Vidigal commented
@Abhinav Kaushik, Please I would like to know about this asap. My client doesn't want to use Adobe host.
@Abhinav Kaushik, Please speed up this feature and give us a date for this to be added. It would be extremely helpful.
Also please make a option to update an existing publish online link from any other adobe id/system/account.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
Russ Williams commented
One of the first things many clients ask us is 'can we password protect it?' and 'is this secure?'.
That tells you that the unique link isn't a secure enough option on its own.
Please update this feature. It is desperately needed for interactive PDF's to ever really take off.
Steve Werner commented
Very good to hear that Adobe is considering that. It would be very useful!
Jean-Claude Tremblay commented
@Abhinav Kaushik that good to read. There is quit a few improvement possible for PublishOnline. Contact me if needed.
Hi... I see in InDesign 2021 there is the option to put a password on "share for review"... This surprised me a little as I have been wanting this feature on publish for a long time and it has not been created... When can we see this feature in InDesign Publish settings?
I also see a lot of comments below asking for updates since the last time someone from Adobe commented nearly 2 years ago... I really think it is time for an update
Would also be interested to know if there are any updates that address this issue.
Can you speed this up and give us a date for this feature to be added please.
How is this progressing? It's been a very long time but this feature is still wanted.
this is the reason why our company has declined to get us licenses for Publish. we are a company of 93,000 worldwide employees. even a fraction of that is a substantial amount of licenses, even just for our Graphic Designers to have. you're losing money by not making this work ASAP. just sayin'.
can you give us an update on this please...
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.
Marie Ettema commented
Please to announce we've launched the capability to publish a private review for feedback in the latest version of InDesign (15.1). Let us know what you think!
Absolutely agree this coupled with the lack of being able to turn off the ridiculous publish online button on embedded ePubs is actually starting to loose me business. Why would Adobe think anyone of my clients would want to advertise an indesign product?