- Fork a notebook and apply changes
- Submit as suggestion
- Publish notebook
- Unpublish notebook
Suggestion stays open.
Suggestion is now closed.
I know why this happens (unpublishing is equivalent to unsharing), but would argue that it’s a problem from a usability perspective, especially since the suggestion cannot be reopened.
If a notebook with an open suggestion is unpublished, it reverts to “shared” (for the last shared version) instead of “private”.
Unpublishing a notebook should not be equivalent to unsharing:
- Unsharing is the act of removing all access to a notebook, i.e. all past versions lose their “shared” state.
- Unpublishing should only revert a notebook to unlisted.
If a notebook with already shared versions is unpublished, its state should fall back to “shared”. To completely disable access, the author should have to explicitely select “Disable link sharing”.