90022 - ECHO/PULSE - Livescribe Online “Get a link to the File” option

What is the Livescribe Online option "Get a link to the File" used for?

From your personal profile (90010 - How do I access Livescribe Online and my personal profile?) you can use the "Get a link to the File" option to email a link of the file to an email distribution list or to post a link in your blog that allows others to access the notes or pencast you want to share.

  • Emailing the link
    If the file is public then anyone can access the file and will not need to log in.  If the file you are emailing is marked as private, only the contacts that are check-marked in your Access List will be able to log in and access the file (for more information please see 90027 - What is the Livescribe Online Access List?).  

 

  • Posting the link to your blog
    You can post files from the Livescribe Online Community or your personal myLivescribe page, but only files that are public can be posted to your blog.

 

NOTE: Making a file public allows anyone to access the file. We do not recommend making confidential files public.

For instructions on making files from your myLivescribe page public, please see 90026 - How do I make my Livescribe Online file public/private?

To access the link to the file:

  1. Click on "Get a link to the File".
  2. Within the window that opens highlight the text by clicking anywhere on the HTML code.
  3. Windows users - hold the keyboard "Ctrl" key down and then press the "C" key to copy the code.  Mac users - hold the keyboard "command ?" key down and then press the "C" key to copy the code.

 

To paste the link into an email:

  1. Click in the body of the email where you want the pasted link to appear.
  2. Press "Ctrl" (Windows) / "command ?" (Mac) and "V" on your keyboard to paste the text.
  3. Click "Done" to close the "Get a link to the File" window.

 

To publish a link in your blog:

 

  1. Open the HTML editor for your blog.
  2. Access the HTML edit area and click in the edit field.  NOTE: Make sure you are in HTML edit mode, not Text composition mode.
  3. Press "Ctrl" (Windows) / "command ?" (Mac) and "V" on your keyboard to paste the text.
  4. Publish the file.
  5. Click "Done" to close the "Get a link to the File" window.

 

Congratulations!  The link to the file is now available for others to access.

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