This article or section documents an outdated version of Scratch (version 2.0). For this article in Scratch 1.4, see Project Sharing (1.4).
The bar to share a project
The bar when shared as displayed the first time
The Share button inside the Scratch 3.0 project editor

One of the founding goals of Scratch is to allow others to view projects, see inside them, and remix them. Only projects made in Scratch are allowed on the Scratch Website. Projects made in Scratch modifications can be uploaded to third-party websites such as Mod Share as well as some modifications providing dedicated sites to upload to.[citation needed]

Projects are able to be shared from either the unshared project page or directly from the editor.

From an unshared project page, a "share" button is displayed in an orange bar above the project.

In the project editor, in the top-right corner adjacent the project page button is a "Share" button which appears for an unshared project. Clicking this will share the project, opening the project page as well.

After sharing, this bar will appear at the top of the project page.

Projects are shared in the offline editor from the "Share to website" option in the file menu, provided an internet connection and proper credentials are supplied.

When a project is shared, it becomes publicly viewable to all Scratchers, even if not signed in. Once a project is shared, it becomes possible for anyone to remix the project.

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