Scratch : Share projects
By default, Scratch projects are set to private. This means that only you can edit them. This feature helps to keep users safe. However the very nature of Scratch is collaborative and you are encouraged to share, but remember to be safe while you are sharing, Ask a grown up first.
To share your new project:
- Fill in the name box next to the orange share button.
- Click the orange share button.
Don't worry if you forget to give your project a name, clicking on the share button brings up this screen.
Adding to a studio
From the above screen you will see there is an Add to studio button near the bottom right
If you click on your name in the corner, click my stuff you are then taken to this screen, where you can share your project with a studio you are following.
You do this by clicking Add to and selecting the studio from the list.
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