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You can simply send each of your customers/consultants a link to the folder (share link icon). This allows them access to the folder and cannot have access to anymore information on the folder.
If you visit the url without the number at the end it will show that script which you chose to be the base version. Say jsfiddle.net/gaby_de_wilde/SJEe7/1 is my base version Now jsfiddle.net/gaby_de_wilde/SJEe7/ would show script /1/ When I create page /2/, page /3/ and /4/ jsfiddle.net/gaby_de_wilde/SJEe7/ continues to show script /1/ But if I set ...
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 ...
They need to have a Google account (and of course you have to send the invite to the Google account + they need to sign in to watch the video): https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/157177?hl=en You can add the profiles or email addresses of the people with whom you’d like to share your video. They’ll need a Google account to view your video.
If it's just a multipage PDF, you can remote-control your show to your audience with SIMPLYSLIDES. It's a free web app that's exactly designed to do that.
You need to link the Twitter account with Facebook so you need the credentials (user/password) of the account to link the page with it. It's a one time process and later password could be changed so no security problems for the Twitter account owner.
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