Quivr provides a powerful feature to share your brains with others. This can be done by sharing with individuals via their emails and assigning them specific rights. The rights can be categorized into three types: Viewer, Editor, and Owner.

Types of User Rights

Each user type has different levels of access and capabilities within a shared brain. Here’s a breakdown:

How to Share a Brain

Sharing a brain is a straightforward process. Follow these steps:


Go to Brain Studio


Choose the brain that you want to share


Click on People Tab


Enter the email address and choose a rol.


Send the invitation

The person will receive an email with an invitation to access the brain. They can accept the invitation and start interacting with the brain based on the rights assigned to them.

If the person you are sharing the brain with does not have a Quivr account, they will be asked to create one before they can access the brain.

Only one mail is sent to the person you are sharing the brain with. If they lose the mail, they will not be able to access the brain. In such a case, you will have to share the brain again.

Remember, sharing brains in Quivr is a great way to collaborate with your team or share information with others. Make sure to assign the appropriate rights to ensure the security and integrity of your information.

Quivr is an open-source project supported by the community. If you'd like to contribute, please feel free to do so. We're always looking for help with documentation, bug reports and feature requests. You can find the source code on Github, our documentation and our Website quivr.com. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us by mail