Getting the public read-only link for a document

With Xodo Connect, you can obtain a public read-only link to your document that you can share with others. Anyone can view your document if they have the link and access to a web browser, but they won't be able to edit or annotate.

1. You can only get links for documents you've already shared via Xodo Connect. You can learn more about using Xodo Connect here. Once you've shared the document, tap the Xodo Connect tab.

2. Long press on the file to bring up the file management options, then tap the  Get Link icon.

3. Confirm the next dialog by tapping OK. The link to the document is now on your clipboard, and you can share it with others by pasting it into an email, a Tweet, and so on.

See Also:
Sharing and collaborating on files
Syncing your Xodo web app bookshelf with the Xodo Android app

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