Have an option for sharing graphs without the numbers visible
-- i.e., if I want someone to be able to see my slope and whether I'm still on the road, but not my actual weight or whatever other number it is.
Finally did this, thanks to @chipmanaged! It’s in advanced settings (and available, though undocumented, in the API as “hidey”).
Admindreeves (Cofounder, Beeminder) commented
@pjf, I know you know all about this now but for those following along at home: datapoint comments are private by default -- check "public data" in your goal settings if you want people to be able to see them. The graph itself is public by default, including the axes, so this suggestion is still a good one that we intend to do eventually. (The more votes the sooner!)
+1 for this and the flip side of the coin, sharing graphs, but without the *comments* accessible. I'd like to be able to share how I'm going with a goal, but not my personal notes on my progress. :)
As long as there's never a bug and ... Oops, someone shares on Facebook and numbers were accidentally there! :-). This is a great idea though. I don't care about people seeing my actual weight numbers ... unless it was everyone on Facebook or something who know me from some point in my life but don't see me in person anymore.