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How do i check who is shared with my repl?

PhillipErickson
PhillipErickson

I wanna check who i've shared this with incase of fraud! long story

3 years ago

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AdamKenworthy
AdamKenworthy

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Grify
Grify

Explain long story?
You can see manual shares in the Invite tab and share link uses in your notifications

3 years ago
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PhillipErickson
PhillipErickson

@Grify
So im in school and im one of the people come to get help, especially today since today is the last day for our last project of the 9 weeks. A person ,who I will call Jake, asked me and it being the first time he asks I went ahead and helped him. The teacher called on me to help grade some papers and I agreed and went to pick up the papers to grade when I believe he either shared the link with himself or just typed in the link, I think this because when I came back my entire code was highlighted, as if you were coping, and it really confused me but I didn't pay much attention to it. I think my real question should have been how to check who has viewed my code. P.S i deleted my code so nobody else from my class could copy from the same repl even though its probably futile. its on a different repl now.

Thanks for the help.

3 years ago
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Grify
Grify

@PhillipErickson
Public repls are public, he could have visited your repl, forked/copy pasted, and you have no way of knowing /: I use private repls for assignments when possible for this reason.

3 years ago
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PhillipErickson
PhillipErickson

@Grify
alright thanks, I just wish I could it costs money and that's something neither I or the school has. but seriously thank you.

3 years ago
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Grify
Grify

@PhillipErickson
With GitHub student package you get hacker plan free

3 years ago
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