How do I share my content with others?
To allow others access to your content library and remix your content, there are 3 steps:
Turn on the Profile Visibility Setting On Your Content
Share Your Content with Others
Follower Remixes Your Content Into Their Own Content Library
Step 1: Turn on the Profile Visibility Setting On Your Content
1. Click on the Course Map of the classroom card that has the content you want to share.
2. Click Edit Course.
3. You are at the Course Editor. To share the Course with others, scroll down to the Profile Visibility section > toggle the switch from Off to On. Your Course is now available for others to remix and save a copy into their own account.
4. To share a Collection or Assessment, navigate to it in the Course Editor by clicking on the Unit and Lesson > scroll down to the Profile Visibility section > toggle the switch from Off to On. Your content will then be available for others to remix and save a copy into their own account.
Step 2: Share Your Content with Others
1. Click on your username in the upper right corner > copy the link in the browser bar and share it with your Follower, the person you want to share your content with.
2. On the Follower’s side, they log into the Navigator > paste the shared URL you provided to them into the browser bar. They will then be able to see all the content that you made available to share.
In this sample, the follower, Alex Turner, is able to view Chole Sutter’s Assessments, which are all under the Content / Assessment tab. To view Chloe’s other shared activities, click on the Course or Collection tab.
Step 3: Follower Remixes Your Content Into Their Own Content Library
1. The Follower browses the owner’s content. Once they find an activity that they want to save to their own library, click Preview.
2. Click Remix.
3. Use the default activity name or enter a new name > click Remix.
4. The assessment is now copied into the Follower’s Content library. To view the copied assessment, click on the username in the upper right corner > My Content > Assessments.
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