Below is the list of options currently available on the Accredible Credential View. 'The viewer' refers to when the option is made public and can be seen by anyone, not just the recipient.
This allows recipients to share their credential as a post on LinkedIn or add it directly to their LinkedIn Profile.
This allows the viewer to download a PDF copy of the certificate. This is not applicable to badges.
This allows the viewer to download a PDF copy of the certificate that is a high enough quality for printing. This is not applicable to badges.
This allows the viewer to download a PNG version of their digital badge.
This allows the viewer to send an email with a credential link button directly from the Credential View.
This allows the viewer to embed the credential to another website or to an email signature.
If you have included a transcript letter with your credential, this option allows the viewer to read the transcript letter.
This allows the recipient to change the visibility of their credential to either be public or private. We do not recommend making this option public.
This allows the recipient to request a name change if there is an error in the name that appears on the certificate.
We do not recommend making this option public or disabling it.
The viewer can add evidence to supplement their credential and provide further evidence of skill and proficiency, this could be a file, a video or a website that they have worked on.
Public - Everyone can use this option.
Auth - Only the recipient can use this feature when they are logged into their credential.
Disabled - The option is removed from view entirely and cannot be used, even if the recipient is signed into their credential.
By default, all of these options are made public, except 'Credential Privacy Toggle' and 'Name Change Request' which are made 'Auth'.
We also have widgets for popular social media platforms on the 'Recipient View Options' page. You can choose the visibility of these widgets as well. We recommend to keep them public to promote people to share and disable credentials they have won through you.
If you would like to tell us about any improvements you feel could be made to this page, you can email us at email@example.com.