Archive and Records Action Glossary
There are a number of actions that an account can take on records and archives in Permanent.org. These include:
- Uploading a file
- Creating a new folder
- Navigating into a folder
- Reading metadata for a specific folder
- Reading metadata for a specific file
- Changing metadata on an existing folder
- Changing metadata on an existing file
- Deleting the contents of an existing folder
- Deleting an existing file
- Adding files to public folder
- Adding folders to public folder
- Move an existing file
- Move an existing folder
Move is only allowed within the topmost folder that move access is granted on. You cannot move across that boundary (but can copy & delete, if given appropriate permissions).
Share (share-level permissions)
- Add archives to a shared item
- Change archive access on a shared item
- Remove archive access to a shared item
Edit Members (member level permissions)
- Add members to an archive
- Change member access to an archive
- Remove member access to an archive
Curator Shorthand for an Archive or Account that has been granted Curtator Access. Curator Access to an Archive An Account that has the ability to control, update, and modify the entirety of a Permanent Archive in which they are a Member. Curator ...
Publishing to the Internet Archive
About the Internet Archive At Permanent, we want to make it easy for you to share your archives, both privately and publicly. For media you wish to share more widely, we've partnered with the Internet Archive to quickly publish files from Permanent ...
Tour of Your New Permanent Account and Archive
Congratulations on taking the first steps towards preserving the materials and memories that mean the most to you! We are excited to have you joining the Permanent community. When you log into your Permanent.org account, you will land in your first ...
Add and Manage Archive Members in the Mobile App
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Three Ways to Control Access to Records in Your Archive
As the owner of an archive, you have three ways to grant access to records in your archive to other people. In order from least restrictive to most restrictive: Publish to the web – choose this option if you want anyone to easily access your records ...