Hello,

Admin permissions are not required to share/publish a history containing datasets. Use "Options -> Share or Publish" to view the options:


1 - generate a link that you can email to specific users
2 - publish the dataset publicly so that everyone can view it under "Shared Data -> Published Histories". 3 - enter in specific user accounts to grant access. You will need to know their Galaxy account's email address.

This creates "Shared History" content, but not "Data Libraries" (which is for local instances). Simply put the data that you want to share into a history to group it together and it will provide the same functionality.

Hopefully this helps,

Best,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 10/5/11 9:32 AM, Hilary Morrison wrote:
How does one get admin privileges to make datasets available to multiple
users? Or is that only available for local installations?

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