Looking for clarifcations surrounding your license or answers to frequently asked questions? You may find the answer here.
Any visualizations that you've saved and exported will continue to function wherever you've embedded them. You will not be able to create or edit visualizations on PlotPanel until you reactivate your license.
With a PlotPanel Business license, you can manage a team of up to 5 users that will get full access to PlotPanel features. To invite a user to your team, visit the Team area and add their email to your list of team members. They will need to have created a PlotPanel account first (e.g., a trial account). The user can then accept your invite from their Team area.
With a PlotPanel Business license, each member of your team will gain full access to PlotPanel features. You will also be able to share and collaborate on your projects in the private Team area with other team members!
With a PlotPanel license, your visualisations are private by default. You can choose whether to share them with your team, or even make them visible to everyone by setting them to public access. Projects created by PlotPanel trial members are public.
Your project will be listed in the Explore area where it can be Shared, Viewed, Liked , and optionally Forked if you have allowed it.
When enabled, a project can be forked, or copied, by someone other than the author and used as a starting point for their own work. It can be enabled by a project author in the settings for a specific project. By setting a project to public access and enabling the Allow Forking setting, you're good to go! If someone forks your project, their project will contain a link back to yours stating that it is the source of their fork.
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A personal license for PlotPanel, enabling beautiful and interactive visualizations without a single line of code.
A business license for PlotPanel, enabling beautiful and interactive visualizations without a single line of code.