To begin with, we bring you a special offer. You can get Sticky Tape graphics for PowerPoint for a token amount of $1 only! Yes, you read it right -- this offer is valid only today and tomorrow. We continue our tutorial series on Docs.com, Microsoft's file sharing, curating, and viewing site. Finally, don't miss the new discussions and templates of this week!
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Docs.com provides so many share options! We already showed you how to share Docs.com content on Facebook and on Twitter. The third option is the send a link to your file uploaded on Docs.com via the email option. Read further to learn more.
One of the most amazing options that Docs.com provides is the ability to share your files with others in so many ways! Other than sharing your Docs.com content on Facebook, you are also provided with an option to tweet a link to your file! First upload a file on Docs.com, and then choose the Tweet option.
After you have uploaded content on Docs.com, you will want to use the various Share options available to show it to others, especially via social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. In this tutorial, we'll show you how to share Docs.com content on Facebook.
To share your file, or to embed from Docs.com you first need to have some files uploaded to your Docs.com account. And even if you do not want to share, you may still want to learn how you can upload your files. In this tutorial, we'll show you how you can Publish (upload) a file on Docs.com.
When you upload a file on Docs.com, you may after that want to share the same file on a social media site or send it as a link to other people. But that's not all -- for, at other times, you may also want to embed the file on a web page, such as your blog or even your website. That's possible -- and in this tutorial, we'll show you how to use the Embed option within Docs.com.
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