How to manage privacy on my Wiz?

1. Good to know!

Data security is a priority for our teams. Even though we can guarantee an anonymous participation, it is sometimes key to restrain the accessibility of a Wiz. 

There are several layers of security that you can activate according to your needs. These layers can add up.

Note: nobody except you can access your platform once it is closed. 

The keyword you choose when creating a platform can be considered as a first layer of security: it is your first "password" to allow access onto the Wiz.

The higher the privacy level the harder is it to enter the platform. This can therefore lower the participation.


2. Disable the « Anonymous messages »

This basic privacy setting enables participants to send messages anonymously. Once disabled, participants can read messages in the feed, answer votes or evaluations and look at the slides, but they will have to be logged in to send messages. The messages will then be automatically signed.

To learn more, read this article: How to manage anonymity on my Wiz? (Participation modes)


3. Ensure privacy without forcing participants to be logged in on the Wiz

You may add a PIN code to add a simple layer of security to your Wiz. The PIN code will be asked once the keyword have been filled in. Participants can then remain anonymous on the platform.


1 - Select the Privacy tab,

2 - Add a PIN code (your own one or an automatically generated one),

3 - Do not forget to Save.


4. Set up a mandatory log-in for all particpants

These settings require participants to have a Wisembly account. This can be a brake for participants but it ensures security for the administrator.



A) Logged users only

It is mandatory to be connected to access the application.

B) Invited users only 

Only participants that are in the list of people invited can access the platform. This list can be created and checked in « Prepare » and « Manage my participants ».

C) Users with emails from trusted domain only

This additional setting means not only that participants have to be logged but they also have to verify in their login information a certain internet domain (ex : mail address ending with « »).