content created being "publicly available"

imps's picture
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Hi there,

there is a notification at the top of my account saying that everything I create is "publicly available". I have searched for an h5p repository to see where all this content is available in order to also be able to see everyone else's creations but I cannot seem to find where all this content is going? Could someone point me to the right place to find this? Thank you!

Karin

BV52's picture

Hi Karin,

The only list that I know for contents is if you go to a user's profile. Furthermore the publicly availabl means that anyone who has access to the internet can view the contents created in H5P.org but not necesarilly having a list of all contents created.

-BV52  

imps's picture

Hi there,

so when you say "publicly availabl means that anyone who has access to the internet can view the contents created in H5P.org" again I'm wondering where I would go to access these h5p creations. 

Karin

otacke's picture

Hi Karin!

We have plans to create what we call the H5P Hub. It will feature sharing and finding content, but it will still take some time to complete it.

For now, you should probably use a search engine that allows you to filter. For example, using the query

mathematics site:h5p.org -forums

on Google would search for pages that contain the word mathematics on h5p.org. Also, the results should not contain the word forums to remove forum posts from the results, but the latter doesn't seem to work perfectly.

Best,
Oliver

imps's picture

Ok Thanks for the tip!

Hi! I had a similar question. Is the content publicly available somewhere where it's likely that someone not familiar with H5P.org may accidentally come across it? Or do they have to know what they're looking for? I hope my question makes sense...

otacke's picture

Hi finkicap!

I think we already answered this question in a previous reply: You can find the content created on h5p.org in search engines' results, so you can "accidentally" find it if you know how to use a search engine. Don't host stuff here that you do not want other people to find.

Best,
Oliver