Hello Kunagi team,
thanks for the great software, it really does perfectly its job and it is really strictly scrum oriented. What I don't understand is, why can't I access a blog entry without having Kunagi account after I have published it? For example, if I worked on sprint 5 this week and I would like to show my coleagues which stories have been completed. So they need to access the published blog in read-only mode. What are the consequences of the "publish"-action of blog entries?
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Sat, Apr 20, 2013, 14:42 by artjom (PO,T)
If you want people to see data in your project using Kunagi, they require a Kunagi account and need to be Participants in the projects. Note that the participant status will not allow them to change anything.
The Publish button is used to trigger publishing entity to a website. You can read about exporting Websites from Kunagi in the User Guide on out website.