Board settings

This feature is available after applying for NAVER WORKS Core or WORKS Approval.

The administrator or the Board Manager can change the board information.

They can designate a Board Manager and set the board's name, description, and type.

Also, they can manage the member authority for members boards.

View the list of manageable boards

The administrator or Board Manager can see a list of manageable boards.

Mobile

  1. Tap in Board.
  2. Tap 'Manage' to view the list of manageable boards.

PC Web

  1. Click  on the top.
  2. Click 'Board'.
  3. Click on the top right
  4. View the list of manageable boards in the drop-down menu.

The administrator can view all boards, while the members can only view boards that they are authorized to manage.

Edit the board name and description

The administrator and Board Manager can edit the board name and description. The administrator can also edit the name and description of the board in Admin.

Mobile

  1. Tap in Board.
  2. Tap 'Manage'.
  3. Select the board you want to edit from the board list.
  4. Tap the name of the board.
  5. Edit the board name and description.

PC Web

  1. Click  on the top.
  2. Click 'Board'.
  3. Click on the top right.
  4. Select the board you want to edit from the board list.
  5. Edit the board name and description.
  6. Click 'Save'.

Change the order of boards

Mobile

  1. Tap in Board.
  2. Tap 'Manage'.
  3. Select the board you want to edit from the board list.
  4. Tap 'Change order'.
  5. Drag and drop  to change the order.

Change the board type

The administrator and Board Manager can change the board type. The administrator can also change the board type in Admin. AdminThe available types are the board type, preview type, and album type.

Mobile

  1. Tap in Board.
  2. Tap 'Manage'.
  3. Select the board you want to edit from the board list.
  4. Tap 'Select Type'.
  5. Select a board type.

PC Web

  1. Click  on the top.
  2. Click 'Board'.
  3. Click on the top right.
  4. Select the board you want to edit from the board list.
  5. Select a board type.
  6. Click 'Save'.

Apply templates to boards

Administrators and Board Manager can apply templates to boards. By applying a template, you can immediately write on the applied template when writing a new post on the board.

When sharing a post, the template applied to the board is not provided.

Mobile

  1. Tap in Board.
  2. Tap 'Manage'.
  3. Select the board you want to edit from the board list.
  4. Tap 'Template'.
  5. Select a template from the template list.

PC Web

  1. Click  on the top.
  2. Click 'Board'.
  3. Click on the top right.
  4. Select the board you want to edit from the board list.
  5. Click 'Select template'.
  6. Select a template from the template list.
  7. Click 'Complete'.
  8. Click 'Save'.

Designate a Board Manager

The administrator and Board Manager can designate a Board Manager. The administrator can also designate a Board Manager in Admin.

Mobile

  1. Tap in Board.
  2. Tap 'Manage'.
  3. Select the board you want to edit from the board list.
  4. Tap 'Manager'.
  5. Search and add the member you want to designate as the Board Manager.

PC Web

  1. Click  on the top.
  2. Click 'Board'.
  3. Click on the top right.
  4. Select the board you want to edit from the board list.
  5. Select a board you want to edit.
  6. In 'Manager', Search and add the member you want to designate as the Board Manager.
  7. Click 'Save'.

Change the board access

The administrator and Board Manager can set as either public board or member board. The administrator can also change the board access in Admin.

Set as a public board

You can set the board as a public board to allow access to all members.

Mobile

  1. Tap in Board.
  2. Tap 'Manage'.
  3. Select the board you want to edit from the board list.
  4. Tap 'All' under 'Visibility'.

PC Web

  1. Click  on the top.
  2. Click 'Board'.
  3. Click on the top right.
  4. Select the board you want to edit from the board list.
  5. Click 'All' in 'Share with'.
  6. Click 'Save'.

Hide board only to specific members, user types, and organizations (departments)

You can manage exceptions for public boards by specifying members, user types, or organizations (departments) to restrict access to public boards.

Mobile

  1. Tap in Board.
  2. Tap 'Manage'.
  3. Select the board you want to edit from the board list.
  4. Tap 'All' under 'Visibility'.
  5. Tap 'Access Restriction'.
  6. To add members you want to restrict, tap 'Add member'.
    To manage exceptions by user types, tap 'Add user type'.
    To manage exceptions by organizations, tap 'Add organization'.

PC Web

  1. Click  on the top.
  2. Click 'Board'.
  3. Click on the top right.
  4. Click 'Settings'.
  5. Select the list of manageable boards in the drop-down menu.
  6. Click 'All' in 'Share with'.
  7. Click 'Access Restriction' to add members, user types, or teams to restrict access to the board.
    • Member
      1. Click 'Add member'.
      2. Click 'Contacts'.
      3. Enter the names or email addresses of the members you want to add as exceptions. Then click 'OK'.
      4. Click 'Add'.
    • User type
      1. Click 'Add member'.
      2. Click 'Employment'.
      3. Select the user type to add.
      4. Click 'Add'.
    • Organization
      1. Click 'Add member'.
      2. Click 'Contacts'.
      3. Click 'Member only' on the top right to change it to 'Organization only'.
      4. Select the organization to add and click 'OK'.
      5. Click 'Add'.
  8. Click 'Save'.

Grant board access to specific member, organization (department), or user type

You can allow only the designated members, organization (department), or user type to read and write posts.

However, the user type can only be set on the PC web.

Mobile

  1. Tap in Board.
  2. Tap 'Manage'.
  3. Select the board you want to edit from the board list.
  4. Tap 'Members' under 'Visibility'.
  5. Tap 'Set member authority'.
  6. Search the member or a team you want to give access to the member board.
  7. Tap the added member/organization.
  8. Tap from Write/View and View to set the level of authority. Tap 'Delete from board members' to delete the member.

PC Web

  1. Click  on the top.
  2. Click 'Board'.
  3. Click on the top right.
  4. Select the board you want to edit from the board list.
  5. Click 'Members' in 'Share with'.
  6. Add by member name, user type, organization, and company.
    • Member: Search for a member name and add it, or click 'Add member' to select 'Contacts' and add a member.
    • User type: Click 'Add member' to select 'User type'. In 'Add user type' screen, select user type and add.
    • Organization: Search for an organization name and add it, or click 'Add member' to select 'Contacts' and change 'Member only' to 'Organization only' to add organization.
    • Company: Search for a company name to add.
  7. Click on the right side of the added member, and select the desired level of authority from Write/View and View. Click to delete the member.
  8. Click 'Save'.

Change permission to write notice posts

Administrators and board masters can change who can write notice posts for each baord.

Mobile

  1. Tap in Board.
  2. Tap 'Manage'.
  3. Select the board you want to edit from the board list.
  4. Tap 'Permission to post notice'.
  5. Edit permission to write notice posts.
    • All: All members can write notice posts.
    • Only the administrator and Board Manager: Only administrators and Board Managers can set posts as notices.

PC Web

  1. Click on the top.
  2. Click 'Board'.
  3. Click on the top right.
  4. Select the board you want to edit from the board list.
  5. Edit permission to write notice posts.
    • All: All members can write notice posts.
    • Only the administrator and Board Manager: Only administrators and Board Managers can set posts as notices.
  6. Click 'Save'.

Change use of post reactions

Administrators and board masters can change whether to use reactions for each board.

Mobile

  1. Tap  in Board.
  2. Tap 'Manage'.
  3. Select the board you want to edit from the board list.
  4. Tap 'Use post reaction'.
  5. Select whether to use post reactions.

PC Web

  1. Select on the top.
  2. Click 'Board'.
  3. Click on the top right.
  4. Select the board you want to edit from the board list.
  5. Select whether to use post reactions.
  6. Click 'Save'.
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