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It seems that this is also a caching problem, if you wait several minutes and then refresh your public profile, the script will appear there. Similarly, if you refresh the base script while editing it (make sure to save your changes!), the title should appear there as well. To make a JSFiddle script public: Open the script. Open the Info tab on the left. ...
This is a very good question. Often people in an org can sniff around doc history to see what the author was thinking on earlier revs. A way around this (not elegant) is to make a copy of the doc using File --> Make a copy... This copy will have the most current content and will start history fresh. Then you can delete the original one, rename the new ...
It seems that this is a caching problem. I just refreshed the list after several minutes and the script no longer appears in that list. To remove a JSFiddle script from your public profile: Open the script. Open the Info tab on the left. Delete the text in the title. Press Update. In this new version of the script, set it as the base version. Wait several ...
If the See revision history is greyed out or you can't select it, the document you are viewing does not allow you to edit and hence, you can't see the revision history. This is usually the case when the owner of the document has set you to either: Can comment Can view To be able to see the revision history your permissions on the document must be either ...
If you know the email addresses of the people you have shared files with, all you have to do is enter the following search in Google Drive's search bar: to: [email address] Google Drive will then show all files shared with that user.
Here's what Youtube says for sharing private videos. So, if you're sending the email notifications the way the steps say, then like one of the other answers says, maybe your friends need to add firstname.lastname@example.org to their email address book. If you'd like to share one of your videos with a select and limited audience, you can do so by setting your video ...
I'm afraid it comes out of both of your quotas: https://www.dropbox.com/help/59
I know this answer is a bit late, but there is a new solution to this problem. Check out https://whohasaccess.com to uncover all the people that access your shared files and folders. Disclaimer: I'm part of the team that developed WhoHasAccess.
There is really no good contact sharing. There is a global contacts list for your domain but it cannot be managed through the Google interfaces. It can be used via a custom program using the contacts API, and there are some 3rd party tools that are good. One recommendation is called SherpaTools, its in the market place for free. I work as a Google Apps ...
Though that would be awesome - You cannot share a Smart List. You can share a List , or numerous tasks but not a Smart List. Here is how I would do it. Search for your tag tag:grocery And either select all your task you want to Share and just share that way (I think you already know this way) The other way, which I use it , is the List. So move your ...
Update 2013-Oct-4: Looks like this doesn't work anymore. Now Google Docs Presentation seems to retrieve image-by-URL once upon inserting, and therefore no web site tracking tools work anymore. Update 2014-Jan-11: SEEMS to be working for Sheets but not Docs Any web site analytics tool can help. For example, www.statcounter.com (it's free): Go to ...
You will be limited to seeing only the people who shared the link publicly (according to their privacy settings). Go to http://www.facebook.com/search.php Enter the link or better the title of the link/video title (in case of YouTube video) You will be able to limit the Posts results by your friends or everyone (e.g. example)
As you might expect, there are multiple ways of doing this. There's using the timestamp to get the permalink (as detailed by Eight Days of Malaise), then there's this: The down-pointing arrow in the upper right of any post offers a menu (see below). "Link to this post" is the direct link to the post.
Did you read the part at the very beginning of the post that says, "UPDATE: Things have changed quite a bit since this post. Please read our new Sharing and Collaboration post."? If you haven't clicked that new Sharing and Collaboration link, do it - there are new instructions, and you need to do this in the web client, not the desktop client. The quick ...
Picasa Web Albums allows hotlinking and up to 1 Gigabyte of storage.
At the top of the post there will be a timestamp between the name of the Google+ user and sharing range. Click on that and you'll get a page for that post alone. That link is what you can share with other users not on Google+.
I use ImageShack that allows hotlink. If an image is hotlinked, it will have a limit during our peak traffic. Imageshack allows 2000mb per hour for each image hosted. Gif images are limited at 500mb per hour. Peak time is from 6:00am to 3:00pm PST. You can find additional info on FAQ page
For quick one-off and perhaps throw-away images, http://imgur.com has been good to me. Easy to use, no account nonsense, and hot-linking supported. The only caveat I find with it is images over 1MB get re-compressed.
As of now, no. However, the only way other people will see it is if they specifically search for you using your name or email address - If you want it to be private, just change your name to something else, and link only the friends you want to see it using share, and let them know the reasoning behind changing your name so they don't think you're insane. ...
Whoever tagged you in the photo has their privacy set to only be visable to those who are tagged, NOT the tagged person's friends. It's a "custom" visability setting. They'd have to go in and change it to where the checkbox in the privacy setting area next to "friends of those who are tagged" is checked, not unchecked.
I created a public folder. When I attempt to create a new document in that folder, Google Drive tells me: Do you want to create the element in a shared folder? The created element will have the same sharing settings as the selected folder. This suggests that I can't have a private document in a shared folder. But what if I created the document ...
This feature is missing for a reason. Not necessarily a good reason, but certainly a reason. The idea is that the people who were permitted initially may be responding the way they are with the understanding that the share was limited, and opening it up to more changes that expectation. This is particularly true if they've already replied to the message. ...
Quote from YouTube Help about Video privacy settings: A private video can only be seen by you and the users that YOU select. You have to select a real User with a Google Account (formerly known as YouTube Account). This means that the eMail Addresses you select (when sharing privately) have to be the same as those used to login by their respective ...
Disqus is one of the solutions.
http://min.us/ Just drop your images in , super easy ? Right ? No registration required
It works now. I don't know where the error is but I think that it's important to set Share all information, and outsiders can change calendars in Domain management Calendar settings and then you must wait until the change applies to google servers.
Here's an answer, though you might not like it: http://support.google.com/drive/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=2494892 Once you transfer ownership of a file, you lose ownership for yourself. You effectively change the doc from something you own to something that was "shared with you." There is no way to downgrade a user back to editor unless you contact ...
If you need a new link created, you can right-click on the file and Make a copy of it. When you then go to Share it you'll get a new link.
The problem seems to be the part after the #, but it works if you use the Google Advanced Image Search directly. The full URL that you will get for the search above: ...
Sharing something on Facebook from a separate website will allow you to add a comment before it posts anything to your newsfeed. It will also show a small preview of the page you shared on your friends' newsfeeds. Liking something from a website does not allow you to make any comment on it as you share it, and it only shows up in your friends' newsfeeds as ...
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