Manage private website pages
When you create private web pages, they can only be seen by invited customers or members. Examples might include in-house price lists or select audience promotions.
There are two parts to managing private pages: the page settings and the members.
Manage page settings
Start by adding private pages or change page settings of an existing page to make your page private. (This is also how you can change a private page to be generally visible again.)
The other half of having private pages is the ability to give permission to only certain people.
First, enable member accounts. From your Dashboard, go to Settings > Membership and switch the Member Accounts toggle to enable customers to make accounts. From there, you can also designate if anyone can create an account, or if only people you designate have access.