Sharing sets with others
Once you've created a study set or found a helpful set made by someone else, there are a variety of ways you can share it with your friends, classmates or students!
To share a set, you'll first need to go to the set page. Then, select Share.
Students age 13 and older can share sets with others by email address or Quizlet username, or by posting a link to Facebook or Twitter. Students under age 13 can share sets by email address or by copying the short link and sending that directly to a friend or classmate. Teachers will see the same sharing options as their students, as well as the option to share via Google Classroom.
To share a set with more than one person at a time, type their email addresses or Quizlet usernames separated by commas. When you're ready to send, select Send email.
Teachers can also choose to share sets with their students by posting to Google Classroom or sending a message via Remind.
Looking to share sets with everyone in your Quizlet class? Follow the steps outlined here!
Can I share password-protected sets?
Yes, you can! Just be sure to send the people you're sharing the set with the password separately so they can access it once they receive the link.
I'm under 13 and don't see the option to share my sets. What's going on?
Sets created by students under age 13 whose accounts haven't been confirmed by their parent are visible only to them and can't be shared. Once your parent confirms your account, you'll be able to make your sets public and share them. If your parent didn't receive a confirmation email when you signed up, please have them contact us so we can re-send a confirmation on your behalf.