Note: This feature is only available on the Pro and Studio plans.
A virtual IPS gallery can have one of two privacy (or visibility) options - private or public. When a virtual IPS gallery is public, anyone with the URL for the virtual IPS gallery can view it. When a virtual IPS gallery is private, it means:
Only the client of the attached shoot can view it when logged in.
Anyone with the Access Key (optional) for the virtual IPS gallery can view it.
To change the visibility of a virtual IPS gallery, choose either "Private" or "Public" from the "Visibility" dropdown in the gallery settings window.
Once you've set a virtual IPS gallery to be private it will be locked down to only clients with access to it.
Creating a Access Key (Optional)
You will be able to optionally set a shared Access Key. The Access Key is a great way of allowing clients to access the virtual IPS gallery, without them having to create a username and password. The same Access Key can be used by anyone however, so be careful when you distribute it.