We are creating web dashboards for a small number of customers (~5) in which each customer can view private business-related statistics.
We want to embed some visualizations inside the dashboards. The visualizations are static, i.e. the customers will not be able to change the "SQL query" (by "static" we do not mean "static image" - zooming, dragging and mouse-hovering should still work).
The data and the visualizations should be kept private as they may have commercially sensitive value.
Password protected visualizations will be annoying to the costumers - they already entered a password when they logged in to the dashboard.
Is the "With link" privacy mode what we need? i.e. simply create an iframe to embed the visualization, and assume that guessing the url is practically impossible.
What happens if we accidentally switch to a "Public" mode?
Where exactly is the visualization published?