Public documents

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Create public documents

Share public documents

Documents found in Documents are working documents intended for committees and their experts to share content. Such content is in principle not publicly available therefore people without a role in the committee cannot access the content. In some exceptional cases, content can be shared with external audiences. This article describes how to create and share documents in such cases.

Please note

For all committees, the  01. Public information folder remains publicly available from eCommittees with the same direct URL.

Please note

For ISO/IEC JTC 1 committees, in addition to the  01. Public information folder, the following folders remain publicly available from eCommittees:

  • 02. General committee documents folder
  • 03. Meetings and resolutions  folder
  • 04. Projects folder (documents are listed but cannot be downloaded anonymously)

Please note

In mid-March 2021, documents and folders located in the 01. Public information folder in eCommittees will be copied to the Administration folder in ISO Documents. These remain only accessible to the Committee Managers and their support team based on the permission of the Administration folder.

Create public documents

For all Committees
To create documents in the 01. Public information folder, please contact helpdesk@iso.org who will provide the specific URL. 

Please note

Public documents created in this way will not be available in ISO Documents.

For JTC1 Committees
N-documents created in ISO Documents are copied to eCommittees automatically a few minutes after their publication. This table lists the folders in eCommittees which will be copied automatically and made publically available by default.

Share public documents

The direct URLs to the public folders are specific to each committee. To get a copy of the URLs specific to your committee, please contact helpdesk@iso.org

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