Your scenario may not be for all eyes, so it's important to have peace of mind about who can see it.
You'll notice when you view your list of scenarios that they may have an icon in the top left-hand corner. Hovering over the icons will give a quick description of what it means but here's a little more detail.
Promoting a scenario means you're flagging with others that it's the current state or baseline of your organization and they should duplicate from this one if they're using it as the basis for org design.
People within your organization in Functionly will only be able to edit a promoted scenario if they have been invited into the scenario as an editor. Otherwise it will be read only and they may also duplicate it.
A promoted scenario will always sit at the top of your list.
If a public link is available for a scenario then a small link icon will appear in the top left-hand corner of the scenario panel. This means that anyone with this link can view the scenario whether they are a user of Functionly or not.
If there is no icon on a scenario this indicates that the scenario has been shared with someone in your organization (other than through the use of a public link). You can see a list of people with access by loading the scenario and clicking the purple 'Share' button in the top right.
A padlock icon in the top left of your scenario indicates that this scenario is private, and as such, only visible to you. This means there are no active public link no one can see it whether they're in your organization in Functionly or not.