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:
- Sign into your Docs.com account. Thereafter select and
click the file which you want to share.
What's a Docs.com account?
A Docs.com account is the same as your Microsoft Account -- learn more in our
- This will bring up a pop-up window with Share options. Click the Facebook icon, shown highlighted in
red within Figure 1.
Figure 1: Option to share Doc.com content on Facebook
Note: Options explained and shown in this tutorial may change and evolve all the time because Docs.com is a web based
program -- we will try to update this tutorial if these changes happen but we cannot be sure that the options may not change, or even look
- This will bring up a dialog box, as shown in Figure 2. This dialog prompts you to log into your Facebook account -- if you
are already logged in, you will skip this step and directly proceed to the next step.
Figure 2: Log into Facebook
Enter your email and password to log into your Facebook account.
- Once logged in you'll see the Post to Facebook dialog box, as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3: Post to Facebook dialog box
- Note that the post has an image and description added. You can still write a description in the area above the image. You can also choose
privacy options that decide whether you can share this post with public, or only with your friends, or only with selected friends. Once done, click the
Post to Facebook button.
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Send Docs.com Content by Email
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