TechSmith Relay has several different levels of access that can be applied to individual pieces of media. To change these settings:
Here’s a detailed explanation of each setting:
Apply this setting when you’d like the content (including quizzes) to be accessible even to those outside of your organization. It’s useful when you need to make media available to viewers who do not have TechSmith Relay accounts, such as parents in a school district or clients in a business environment.
*This setting may not be available to your organization. See your TechSmith Relay administrator with questions regarding public content. He or she may have other options available.
This setting requires viewers to log into your TechSmith Relay instance before viewing. Media with this setting will show up in search results when users search for content in your instance. This media will also be displayed on your profile page when viewed by others.
This will require viewers to log in to your TechSmith Relay website before viewing. Media with this setting will NOT show up in search results or be displayed to others on your profile page. However, media with any setting (including “Only you”) can still be viewed by TechSmith Relay administrators. Use this setting when you want to gradually make media available, or as a personal archive.
This is the closest you can get to having your media completely private. Media with this setting will not appear in search results or on your public profile page. However, it can still be viewed by TechSmith Relay administrators. Use this setting when you want to gradually make content available, or as a personal archive.
There are several ways to share your media hosted on TechSmith Relay. For example, you might send a direct link to a colleague, or share a formal lesson with a group of students. This tutorial explains these sharing options.
Groups are a great way to organize content and deliver images and videos to targeted audiences. To share to one of your groups:
Media hosted on TechSmith Relay can be embedded anywhere that accepts HTML embed code, such as a blog or LMS course page. To get the embed code:
As long as your media is not set to “Only You”, a direct link is an efficient way to share it with others.
While viewing an image or video, there are three ways to obtain a sharable link:
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