How do I share books with other users? - livecarta.com

How do I share books with other users?

    Once the book is published, you can assign it to your students and other individuals. To share your published work:

      1. From My Library locate your book in “All Materials”, “All Books”, or “Original Books”.  Under your book select the three-dot menu icon, then click “Share”.
        • Note: This feature works for published books only.

      2. To share with an individual, select “Add People”, then enter their email address, first and last name, and click “Save” to finish adding individuals, or “Save and Add” to continue to add additional people to share your materials with.

      3. You can also share by uploading a roster.  Select the “Upload Roster” button and then you can either choose “Select File” to upload your file, or you can drag and drop your .csv file directly into the outlined box.

    You can also share your work from inside the book by clicking the “OPTIONS” menu in the top right and selecting “Share.” Next, select from the following share options available:

      • Select “EMAIL LINK” to send a link to your published work from your emailing application (Outlook or other). You can also copy the link with your cursor to share on any platform you use to communicate with students.
        • Note: This option is only available when shared from within the book.

      • Select “Add People” to assign the book to individuals one at a time.

      • Select “Upload Roster”. You can then select “Choose File” to upload a completed .csv file. Select the saved document and click “Upload”.
        • Note: You can also select “Download Template” and input your roster information into the template. Save the template with roster information and then select “Choose File”. Find the saved template file and select “Upload”.

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