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A few months back, I discovered through Twitter a super simple Google Docs trick that changed how I share Google Docs links with staff that I work with. I’ve performed this trick a handful of times, and every time I do, no matter what our topic of training is, everything stops because multiple teachers ask, “How did you do that!?” Once I show the trick, it is followed with…“Are you kidding me!? It’s that simple!?” The problem… Sharing a doc link and asking a group to Make a Copy inevitably would lead to mass confusion.
The Trick… Google has made it simple for me to FORCE my participants to Make a Copy with these steps… Locate the URL of your Google Doc.Change the last word in the URL from EDIT to COPY.Hit enter, and…voila! Now you can take that URL and share it with whomever, and they will have no choice but to Make a Copy. Force Make a Copy with Google Sheets and Slides Too… It must be a Google Sheet that YOU have created. Final Thoughts… Jarod Bormann#edtech rocks Like this: Like Loading... Plus.google. MindShift on Twitter: "Exposure an idea in multiple ways helps form nuanced understanding @sylviaduckworth #edchat. Jessica Brogley – Google+ Plus.google. Product Review: Acer Chromebook C720 Is Ready for Class.
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