Add Content to Collections
We have already explored what a Collection within Docs.com signifies, and you can create one. Now that you have an empty Collection, it's time
to add some content within the Collection. Before you proceed further, you will need to make sure that you have signed into your Docs.com
account -- without signing, you won't be able to access a Collection!
Add Links to Collections
In an earlier tutorial we showed you how you can add content within a Collection in Docs.com -- this allows you add your uploaded files and
files liked by you within a Collection. In this tutorial we show you how you can add links to other sites within a Collection.
In our earlier tutorials, we showed you how you can create a new Collection and then how you add content or add links to the Collection. In this
tutorial we explore how you can edit the actual Collection itself. Make sure you first sign into your Docs.com account. Thereafter select the
Collection which you want to edit, and follow these steps.
Share Content from Docs.com
We already explored how you can open files on Docs.com. Needless to add, you can only open files that have been uploaded, and the purpose of
uploading a file is to ultimately share it with others. In the area of sharing, Docs.com excels -- in fact, Docs.com allows you to share your
uploaded file on Facebook, Twitter, and you can also send the files via e-mail.
Embed Content from 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.