Understanding Restricted Checkpoints
Restricted Checkpoints are checkpoints that are only visible to administrators or users given access to see restricted checkpoints.
Here are some reasons why checkpoints are moved to a restricted view:
- The checkpoint that an administrator would like to test but not release to standard users yet
- The checkpoint issues flagged cannot be fixed under the current infrastructure but administrators would like to be aware that they exist
- The checkpoint is set up as a reference and is not an issue, an alternative to this approach is setting up an Inventory Report
How do I see restricted Checkpoints?
To see restricted checkpoints you will need to scroll to the footer and choose "Public & restricted" to see both the Public and Restricted checkpoints
Restricted checkpoints will then appear as part of the checkpoint list as well as the issue count calculations. A blue flag will be displayed to indicate that it is a restricted checkpoint
How can I turn a checkpoint into a restricted checkpoint?
The DQM support team can update the status of a checkpoint from Public to Retricted and vice versa. Please create a support ticket for this request providing the checkpoint name and number.
- Benchmarking scores for SEO, Accessibility and Usability take into account both Public and Restricted checkpoints
- Issue counts apart from Benchmarking scores only take into account what is currently selected under Issue Visibility