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VictorLA
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How to set a Watermark individually into each graphic?

 

Greetings, Community!


This is my first post here, and I think it's a bit specific, but also I feel it can be very useful for more people if solved.

 

I have a Dashboard published on my Workspace, where other Teams of my company check for information. To ensure data security, I've been tasked to set a Watermarks on it, and I easily did it, using transparent images on the back layer behind the graphics.

 

But the problem is:

- Graphics can be "copyed" and "pasted" outside the website link, and since the Watermarks are under it, it doesn't go with it when pasting elsewhere.

 

I've been researching ways to solve it in the past week, but no progress so far...


Would anyone know if there is a possible solution to this issue?

 

An anticipated thank you for the attention and a great week to all!

Best regards!

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VictorLA
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Hello, Community!

 

I'm sorry for this post, I swear this option wasn't avaliable when I asked...

 

but there is an easy way to implement the watermark individually on each graph:

 

Captura de tela 2024-03-06 084653.png

Just have to edit the background image to your transparency and size, since it fits dinamically into the avaliable plotting area of graph.

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VictorLA
New Member

Hello, Community!

 

I'm sorry for this post, I swear this option wasn't avaliable when I asked...

 

but there is an easy way to implement the watermark individually on each graph:

 

Captura de tela 2024-03-06 084653.png

Just have to edit the background image to your transparency and size, since it fits dinamically into the avaliable plotting area of graph.

PijushRoy
Super User
Super User

Hi @VictorLA 

Please follow below step for watermark
Use Button and Group them together

PijushRoy_0-1709638310444.png

PijushRoy_1-1709638317546.png

PijushRoy_2-1709638336283.png

 


Let me know if that works for you


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Pijush
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Hello, @PijushRoy 

 

Unfortunatelly it did not work. 😥

 

I followed each step, but even using the grouped text watermark as you shown, when the graph is copied, it comes only the graph.

_AAndrade
Super User
Super User

Hi,

If the idea is to restrict the information that each user can access, why not use RLS?





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Hello, @_AAndrade 

 

The ideia is not restrict the information access per say, more like only restrict the sharing of it outside the visual report.

 

I'm currently not familiry with RLS, but I'll look into it.

 

Thanks!

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