Spreadsheet.com makes it easy to share workbooks with other workbook collaborators. Use Spreadsheet.com's built-in sharing feature, send permissioned users a link, or share your workbook publicly as a view-only workbook, or embed your workbook in another website or app.
Sharing your workbook publicly is a great way to keep your audience apprised of important data, dates, or project milestones contained in your worksheets. When you share your workbooks publicly, your audience has access to the latest information, and you can control what they see. For instance, share a Gantt chart of your application's updated release calendar, your sales team's biographical and contact workbook, or important public-facing financial documents.
To share a workbook publicly
To share a workbook publicly, navigate to the desired workbook, click File and then Public share and embed...
Note: Only workbook owners can access the public sharing and embedding settings.
The public workbook sharing and embedding menu will open, allowing you to enable sharing, adjust what is shared, get a shareble link, and preview the way the shared workbook will look.
The shareable link you copy from this menu is a link you can send to anyone and allow them to navigate your view-only workbook. For instance, this is the link to our project launch plan worksheet from the animation above.
Note: Publicly shared workbooks are view-only and completely open to the public. Others cannot edit or add to your workbook however anyone can share this link with others. You should not share workbooks publicly with confidential information.
You can also share workbooks using Spreadsheet.com's built in sharing feature, share an editable workbook link with permissioned users, or embed workbooks into a website of your own.