With our personalized privacy settings, you can easily post the URL to your platform-of-choice, without revealing logistics to would-be crashers. First, decide which sections you might want to just keep among friends and family vs. your entire Facebook friend list.
When a page is set to “private” only guests who you’ve invited to Joy and know your event password can view it. This ensures your own privacy and gives you control over who has the ability to post or view photos and messages from your wedding.
We’ve added a Settings page, that allows you to choose custom privacy settings for every page on your website.
Once you go to “Settings,” click on the ‘Security & Privacy’ tab at the top:
From that tab, you can set your privacy mode to “private,” “public,” or “custom.” When you choose “custom,” you can choose which pages are set to private and which ones are set to public:
Toggle the button to the right side of the content or page name (i.e. Event Location, Registry etc) in order to set that content or page to require a password or not (purple requires a password, gray is public):
That should do it for you! You have now customized your site and/or specific content or pages to be public or private.
Still have some questions?
Ask us directly! Click on the black and white chat bubble in the bottom-right corner of this page to ask us your questions, or you can email us at email@example.com. You’ll get a friendly response from someone on our team! 🙂