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How can journal reviewers see my media if it is private?

A journal requiring media be made available to peer reviewers will need to have the handling editor create an account and supply the username to you. You can then add the individual as a “viewer” member of your project. They will then need to supply the username and password to the reviewers so they can log in and see the project. Lastly, provide the URL to the “public page” of your project and they will be able to navigate to it and see the contained media once they are logged in.You can now anonymously share access to private media and private projects by generating temporary links if you have edit access to a media record or are a project manager. By sending the link URL to someone else, they can view the private media or project without logging into MorphoSource or while logged into a MorphoSource account that would otherwise not have access to those records. This is our new recommended solution for granting journal reviewers anonymous access to private media. To read more on this feature, visit New Feature: Media and Project Temporary Access Links

How do I change my media's publication status from Private to Public?