Atlas goes beyond just sharing maps; it offers a seamless transition from exploration to active engagement with the data.
When you share a map through a link, they can access it in "Preview Mode." In this mode, they can explore and interact with the map, zooming in, panning, and toggling layers on and off. However, if you want to enable them to edit, manipulate and add data you have to invite them as editors.
Editors can work together, making updates and improvements to the map as needed. Whether it's a team of researchers fine-tuning geographical data, urban planners collaborating on a city map, or educators creating interactive learning resources, Atlas facilitates these efforts by transforming invited users into active participants in the mapping process.
Security remains a top priority. By inviting users as editors, you maintain the ability to control access and permissions. This is particularly important for maintaining the integrity of your geographic data. Atlas's robust security measures ensure that only authorized editors can make substantial changes, safeguarding your map's accuracy and reliability.
If you do not want they to edit or manipulate your map, share you project with link to let them see the map as a viewer.