Project Coordinators can update a project’s name
Here’s what these settings do:
The project name appears throughout Cartographer: in page headings, on survey forms, and on maps.
The alias is used to refer to the project in web addresses and developer tools. For example, the web address of this settings page is:
PRJ are the aliases of the workspace and project respectively. The alias must be all one word and can only contain lowercase letters, numbers, and hyphens (”-”).
This setting controls who can see the project within the workspace:
- Workspace Visibility (default) — The project is visible to all members of the workspace. Anyone in the workspace can browse the data in the project, but only Project Surveyors can contribute surveys.
- Private Visibility — The project is only visible to Project Members. Other members of the workspace cannot see it.
This setting controls who can see the maps in the project:
- Project Visibility (default) — Access to maps is matches that specified by the Project Visibility setting.
- Public Visibility — Maps in this project can be viewed by anyone, including users without a Cartographer account. Choose this option if you want to embed maps on an external website.
When you’ve finished editing the project name, alias, and/or visibility settings, be sure to save your changes by clicking the Save button at the bottom of the page.