Create topic New topics

Forum

Can I get some feedback, please?  

Is there a way to show a draft to someone outside of Wizzley?

 
Sethisis
Posts: 18
Message
on 06/08/2013

I've got an article on the go, and there's a particular person I'd like to show it to for advice. I'm not ready to publish it so I can't just send them the link. Is the only way to do it to copy and past all the text into an email? 

chefkeem
Admin
Posts: 3394
Message
on 06/08/2013

If it's a friend - you could send your login info.

Or publish it for 10 minutes, when you know your friend can read it, and then set it back to draft.

Or make a screenshot and email it.


Achim "Chef Keem" Thiemermann is the co-founder of a pretty cool new platform called...um...er...oh, yeah - Wizzley.com.
Sethisis
Posts: 18
Message
on 06/09/2013

Of course! I'll let her log in for a couple of minutes to check it out. I'm sure she won't do anything... embarrassing. Thanks for the help Chef Smile

GermanUtopia
Posts: 20
Message
on 06/10/2013

Very courageous! Myself, I would never send my login data to anyone, even if it is to a friend.

Sethisis: 06/08/2013 - 09:41 PM

I've got an article on the go, and there's a particular person I'd like to show it to for advice. I'm not ready to publish it so I can't just send them the link. Is the only way to do it to copy and past all the text into an email? 

I save all my texts as a word file. So, if I want / need to get it revised by a friend, I upload the file in question as an attachment into the email to this friend and then send it after finishing the email.

cazort
Posts: 98
Message
on 07/01/2013

If you ever added a feature with something like a security hashtag on the end of the URL, allowing someone to view a page before it is published, without logging on, I would probably use and appreciate that feature.


Alex Zorach, editor of RateTea and co-founder of Why This Way
Loading ...
Error!