Show to the world
Privacy is great, until you want to share something... Azimutt offers options to choose between fully private project, only accessible on your machine to a public one.
If you choose a local project, it's stored on your machine and even Azimutt server can't access it.
If you want to share, you will need a remote project, stored on Azimutt servers, so people in your organization can access it.
All projects are private to the organization they belong. But you may want to make them available to people not in the organization (great for feedback or documentation).
For this, you can create a private link and share it with anyone you want (or publicly). Tokens have an expiration date and can be revoked at any time, so you are still in control.
This is also a great way to embed a diagram in your documentation 👍️