where are the new features?

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Where are these new features you emailed about?
Sorry, but I can't find the buttons or commands to post directly on Facebook or Twitter...how is it done?
Thanks!
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Daniel Foster, Snagit strategy lead

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Hi Yarasol, there's some info about the new features on the Screencast.com blog.

The Facebook and Twitter share buttons automatically appear above content in your public folders.



Since you tagged this question with "Jing" it's also worth noting that the Screencast.com folder used by Jing has privacy settings of "hidden" (not public) by default.

If you don't mind having all your Jings publicly findable, you could change the privacy settings from hidden to public. Or you could add another Screencast.com button to Jing to use for captures that you want to have out in public.
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Another tip: Hold Shift and click the refresh button on your browser. This will clear the cache. Some people might have stored Screencast.com page data in their browser that can lead to odd-looking pages.
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[Cross posted in

http://feedback.techsmith.com/techsmi... ]

Can we get the Facebook and Twitter links enabled even for Hidden folders?

I would like to keep my folders hidden, to stop someone with a single link from being able to easily access all videos in a folder. But I would like my viewers to FB and tweet links to my videos (as they include my homepage link as a caption).

I guess I just don't want anyone grabbing a full set of them too easily.

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