How to Setup Page Expiration

Expiring a Kaydoh Page

Mary Smith

Last Update há 11 dias

There are times when you are sending important information that should not be made public for an extended period of time.  A great way to control this is by applying when the page will expire and prevent access to page.

What do you need?

  • Computer

What to do?

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Step 1

Edit your website or create a website. Navigate to the "Configure" tab.  Sometimes, this tab can be hidden under the "More Options".  Proceed to toggle on the "Set Page Expiration Date"


Step 2

Click on the link "Change" to update the expiration date.  By default, the moment this is turned on, the page expires 1 hour from update.


Step 3

To customize the expiration date, you have two ways of doing this.  The first option is to set the expiration date based on the number of minutes/hours/days from current time.

The 2nd option is to explicitly set the exact Date and Time of expiration.  Expiration dates are always set using the Users local time zone.

As soon as information is updated, the expiration date will reflect accordingly.


Step 4

Don't forget to finalize the changes, you need to click on the green button "Save & Complete" to apply changes.


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