Microsoft announces “Organization Visibility” for publishing to Docs.com

Docs.com allows teachers and students organize and publish their Office documents. The content can be curated and bundled into collections which can be shared with the world. Teachers use collections to showcase their students’ best work, organize supplemental resources for their lessons and share conference materials and school newsletters to parents. Docs.com comes with built-in analytics that lets teachers and students check their reach of their documents and collections. Microsoft today announced that they are rolling out the Organization Visibility feature.

With Organization Visibility, only people who sign in with an Office 365 work or school account from the same organization can view your content. Docs will not appear in the search results or to users who aren’t signed in from your school or district. This is a perfect option to share class projects or photos that are not intended for the broader public. Of course, you can still set your content visibility to “Public” to get the broadest reach or to “Limited” so only people who are given your link can view your work—like when you want to share your students’ work with their parents.

You can use your Office 365 school account, Microsoft account or Facebook account to sign in to Docs.com.

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