What’s the Difference Between Published, Unpublished, and Archived Virtual Exhibitions?

Modified on Tue, 12 Mar 2024 at 11:22 AM

Virtual exhibitions can be Live, Drafts, or archived.

Live virtual exhibitions are exhibitions you have finished curating and are ready to be visited. You can share live exhibitions through a public link, embed them on a website, and they appear on Discover ArtPlacer and the mobile app.

Drafts virtual exhibitions are exhibitions that you are still curating. You can’t share them with your clients, and only you can see them. You can go Live and share these exhibitions when you finish curating them.

Archived virtual exhibitions are exhibitions that you no longer want to use. You can’t access archived exhibitions on edit mode unless you restore them.

Note: There is no limit to the number of archived virtual exhibitions you can have.

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