Content that is published to SharingTree is called a Leaf. Any file in your Google Drive or computer can be published using our "Add a Leaf" button in minutes once you sign in. You can choose to publish your original content for free or charge any price. Users then use Paypal for paid content or... Continue Reading →
What is a Group?
A Group is a collection of content from one person. They can include leaves (shared files), images, and links to YouTube videos. Groups are easily recognized in SharingTree by their blue Group banner in the upper left corner. Group Preview Page Purchasing or opening a Group creates a folder in your Google Drive with all... Continue Reading →
Sharing for Teachers: When to use Google or SharingTree?
The expectations placed on teachers are increasing quickly, and I'm not sure any of us can meet them by ourselves. Eddie and I built SharingTree.net to help teachers share, collaborate, and inspire each other. Not just the teachers you see in video meetings but also teachers from around the WORLD. In this article, we show ways... Continue Reading →
The best ways to share content in your Google Drive
G suite is my go-to for creating content, but you may have noticed it is more challenging to publicly share it. Google Drive lets you make a file publicly viewable (see this article for more details) and then each viewer must "Make a copy" to use it as shown below. This option has its limitations.... Continue Reading →