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|Title:||This is post patching test for BURATEST... 2019/5/31|
|Abstract:||Elements offers new configurable profile privacy functionality. There are now several ways in which an institution and/or its researchers can decide whether profiles should or should not be displayed on public systems including: Admin override privacy setting: Set by the institution on a per-researcher basis using the HR feed or for local users User-defined privacy setting: Set by individual researchers on their own Elements profile (if enabled by the institution) System-wide default privacy setting: Set by the institution as a system-wide default. If the institution has not set this, it will be automatically set to internal. Elements includes a hierarchy for these settings which determines how the settings interact and which will ultimately decide the privacy level of a profile. For more details on user privacy functionality and how to configure it see the support site.|
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