MacMost Now 503: Sharing Documents With iWork.com

You can share your Pages, Numbers and Keynote documents using Apple's iWork.com service. Others can view your documents right in their browser, and make comments and notes if they are using Safari. You can even upload Keynote presentations and present right from the Safari.

Comments: 11 Responses to “MacMost Now 503: Sharing Documents With iWork.com”

    Richard Greene
    9 years ago

    Gary,

    Just a note of appreciation for your fine work. I check in with you every day and especially look forward to the videos. They are just the right length – informative, interesting, and well presented. I always take note of your non-obtrusive advertisers as developing your content is obviously a full time commitment. Happy New Year!

    Daniel EYER
    9 years ago

    Just did a Keynote for a friend. My side went fine, but they are not a Mac user and do not have a Apple ID. Do you know how they can get a iWork account (free) and be able to review the Keynote using iWork?
    Thanks again for all the info you provide. I am still wearing my MacMost “T” and always get the question “What’s MacMost?”!!

      9 years ago

      Did you try sharing it with them anyway? They will need to use Safari on Windows to get all of the same special effects in the presentation as you see. But when you set up the iWork.com document, you can just make it public. Or, just use their email address as the user for sharing. I don’t think they need an Apple ID unless they want to set up their own iWork.com account. Otherwsie, just send them the link to the document that iWork.com provides.

    Huk
    9 years ago

    Thank you,
    I am watching your video very often and very helpful.

    Regards,

    Huk

    Mary
    8 years ago

    Is there any way for a person viewing the document to edit it? Is there an ap for that?
    Thanks. I found your video concise and to the point.

      8 years ago

      You edit the document with the same app used to create it. Pages, Number, Keynote, etc.

    joe bautista
    8 years ago

    is it possible to put documents on iwork from a windows based computer?

      8 years ago

      Have you tried it? Go to the web site and log in and try.

    John Pollard
    7 years ago

    Time to take this video down since iwork.com is kaput replaced by iclouud. It’s confusing to go look for it.

      7 years ago

      You are right in that this iWork.com is no longer available. This video will remain here for historical reasons. I don’t remove episodes as MacMost is a publication, like a newspaper or magazine.

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