Christopher demonstrates how to build shareable links to display documents to individuals outside of the team. Christopher Matthew also shows how to invite individuals outside of the team to sign up for a free Quip account for collaborating.
- [Instructor] Quip allows you to become…the grandmaster of collaboration,…with shared documents, spreadsheets, and chat.…That said, sometimes you'll want to collaborate with folks…who are outside of your organization.…Let's have a look at the flexible way…to share documents externally.…A shareable link is the easiest way…to provide read access to documents.…Let me show you how this works.…First of all, I'll scroll down to the My Documents section…and I'll click on my private folder right here,…and then I'll select a document,…which is my proposed blog content right here,…and then head over to the top right,…you'll see a button called "Share," and click on that,…then click "Get Shareable Link."…The default view for a shareable link…displays the document body.…
First of all,…we need to click "View Only" here in the middle.…We can open up access to show the document conversation,…which is this button right here,…and we can selectively control…if we're allowing the link viewer to see the edit history,…contribute to chat messages, see the document activity log,…
- What is Quip?
- Setting up a new Quip account
- Producing living documents
- Using Quip to reduce emails and meetings
- Using keyboard shortcuts
- Using Markdown to quickly format Quip documents
- Collaborating with Quip
- Using the Quip desktop app and mobile app
- Importing your files and connecting to cloud services