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Digital Literacy

Noelle Huling
Noelle Huling
2,671 Points

How do I share a Workspaces project?

I just finished the Basic Literacy track and have completed my customized version of the MASH Workspace project. I'd like to share it for feedback like Joy suggested, but I'm not quite sure how you're supposed to do that. Can anyone help? And also, how to tag Joy Kesten for her feedback?

2 Answers

Jason Anders
MOD
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,624 Points

Hey Noelle,

In your workspace window, there will be an icon that looks like a little camera in the top-left corner. This is your "snapshot" button. When you click that, a snapshot of your workspace is created and a url to that snapshot is generated. This is the url that you need to share in the Community for others to see your work (note: sometimes you will need to click on the url and then copy it from the address bar to paste here).

As for tagging Joy, if you type @joykesten, it will tag her, but just so you know, Joy was only a guest teacher on Treehouse, and I'm not sure how active she still is on the site.

Congratulations on your completed project. :smiley: :thumbsup:

Keep Coding! :)

:dizzy:

Noelle Huling
Noelle Huling
2,671 Points

Ah ok, thank you! Very helpful. Joy suggested we tag her in the last video, but maybe that was while she was still more active on Treehouse. Either way, it's worth a shot! Thanks again!