Rewordify.com makes it easy to build a library of documents that your students—or anyone around the world—can read and learn from.
It only takes a few clicks, and it's free!
You must be logged in to do what's listed on this page.
First, know this: every time you "rewordify" a block of text, the site auto-saves it in your history. This saves you time in case you want to view, share, or edit something you previously rewordified. (You can always delete these history entries if you want to: see below.)
Your history entries are private to you. Nobody else but you can read your history entries. To share them with others, you have to make them documents. Keep reading to learn how!
To share something you've entered and reworded with others, you must EITHER:
When you share something, it becomes a document on Rewordify.com. The term document refers to a text block you've shared with other people.
To share a document, just click the Share button after you've rewordified some text:
When you share a document, you have three different choices for how it's shared. This is called the Sharing Type. Here's information about the three sharing types:
Public documents. The whole world can see public documents by either searching for them in the search box, or browsing through them under the User Documents link. When you save a document, you must give it a title, an author, and a description of at least 20 characters. Why? So people can find the document more easily.
Here's something important to know: When a user searches for something on the site, the body of the public document is not searched—only the title, author, and description fields are searched. This lets you put keywords, like your course's name, unit name, etc., in the Description field, so people can easily find your document. Plus, users can browse through public documents by title and author. If you didn't supply a title and author for the document, how would users find it?
Link-only documents. Link-only documents can only be viewed by someone who has a secret link. Link-only documents do not appear in search or the User Documents page. Keep in mind that other users may post the link online.
Password-protected documents. For the strongest security, save a document as a password-protected document. These documents require users to have a secret link and a password to view the document. Keep in mind that if you save a document as a password-protected document, and then you change the share type to "Link-only" or "Public", the password protection is removed.
Find a typo or another mistake within a document? You can fix it quickly:
Once you create and share a document, you can change its sharing type at any time. Here's how:
Deleting a shared document is permanent. You cannot undo a document deletion.