@JCorrell I’m not sure how the parallel board would solve this problem? Unless I’m missing something, you’d still need to have access to the main board to view the information in that column on the parallel board. If you needed to have access to both, then what’s the benefit of the parallel board?
@KyDiemDigital Our use case sounds similar! We often use (or want) this sort of limitation around things like training or onboarding materials. For us it’s not as much about keeping the data secure, but more about making sure that people are going to the regularly updated place for information instead of something that is static/from when they downloaded it. For example, we don’t allow our users to download recordings of their training calls because the platform and technology are rapidly changing and we don’t want them to be referencing a video from 3 years ago to learn how to do something. Yes they could take screen shots, record their screen, etc to keep the information on their end but with a download restriction in place it at least ensures that the tools we provide didn’t allow them to do that.