Cohere has a number of advanced privacy features that protect you and your users, especially in security-conscious industries such as healthcare or finance. You can enable these settings on the Cohere dashboard, in Settings → Privacy Options.
To prevent certain elements on the page from being viewable, you can add the
cohere-block class to the element:
<input type="text" class="sensitive-info-input cohere-block" />
Alternative, you can also add the selector to the Blocked Elements section under Security Settings in the dashboard:
This element will be hidden from Cohere and replaced with a placeholder.
Elements with the
cohere-block class added after mount will not be hidden. To hide the content, swap the element out with another one.
If you want users to explicitly grant permission before their session is shared, you can configure this in the Viewing Permissions section under Settings → Privacy Options in the dashboard:
If you want to disable being able to click and type in multiplayer mode, you can configure this in the Guide-Only Mode section under Settings → Privacy Options in the dashboard: