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Instructions on setting up private podcasts, adding a private podcast to your podcast player, etc.
How do I subscribe to a private podcast?
If you've received an invitation to an enhanced private podcast feed, you can easily add it to your favorite podcast player on your iPhone, Android device, Mac, or PC. Step 1: Open the email on your preferred device You should have received an email that looks like this: Want to subscribe on your phone? Just open the email on your mobile device and we'll help you add the podca
How to create a private internal podcast for your team, company, organization
This page has moved View our guide on creating a private podcast. Private podcast description Note: In terms of security, we recommend that companies treat private podcasts the same way as internal company email: folks should know not to share it, but there's nothing stopping them from doing so. __ _That's because anything that's published on the public internet carries the risk of being disc
Old private podcasts feature (basic)
Note: we've just released a new version of our private podcasts feature, called Enhanced Podcasts However, you can still use the basic version, but it is limited to a single username and password: How to enable a basic password protected podcast feed: To make your podcast feed private and password-protected: Go to "Show Settings" Scroll down to "Advanced Settings" Click the box that says: "Make this show's RSS feed private and p
What's the difference between Basic Private Podcasts and Enhanced Private Podcasts?
Transistor offers two types of private podcast. Basic and Enhanced. Basic Private Podcasts Basic private podcasts is our older and simpler style of private podcast. Unlimited basic private podcasts are available in all of our plans. They are created in the same way as a public podcast, by clicking the 'Add a Show' button in your Transistor account. Once you have created a podcast, you make it private by checking the 'Make this show's RSS Feed private and password-protected' option