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Marco Masoni, Nov. 8, 2011

Einztein TIP: INSERTING AUDIO, VIDEO AND PHOTOS INPOST

Remember that you can insert audio, video and photos in a post. Where it says “Enter Link”, you can insert a link from sites like YouTube, Flickr and Vimeo (along with the other content providers on this list: http://embed.ly/providers) and the content found at that link will be automatically embedded in your post.

Working on a group project? You might want to create a Flickr account, for instance, and use it to store your photos. This will enable you to share photos in that Flickr account via Einztein.

Just to give you an idea, I selected a photo on Flickr and embedded it in this post by inserting the Flickr link below.

[for more tips, go to the Einztein FAQ at http://bit.ly/v4QOQV]

http://www.flickr.com/photos/typographyshop/2969813722/
Marco Masoni
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Marco Masoni, Oct. 28, 2011

Einztein TIP: “OPEN” vs “RESTRICTED” PROJECTS

I’d like to give you some insight as to how we give Einztein members control over project participation, while keeping the knowledge exchange “flowing” as openly as possible.

If you choose “restricted” when creating a project, you get to decide who can join the project and who can’t.

If you see that a project is marked “restricted,” you can “ask to join” the project but it’s up to the project creator/curator to accept the request.

If a project is not restricted, that means any Einztein member can join the project to post or comment. We call these kinds of projects “public.”

Have fun sharing what you know and exploring what you don’t!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/68893426@N06/6289048981/
Marco Masoni
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