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iWork updates let you share password-protected files through iCloud

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
January 23, 2014
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Many fans of cloud services are used to sharing secure files with their friends, but that surprisingly hasn't been an option for iWork users -- at least, until today. Apple has updated both iWork for iCloud and all its Keynote apps to let productivity mavens share password-protected documents through iCloud links. Appropriately, iCloud now offers a list view that helps you find shared documents. Whether or not you're the sharing kind, we'd suggest at least grabbing the Keynote update; both iOS and Mac users get better presenter display options, new transitions and more sophisticated charts. You'll find all the iWork upgrades at the source links.

Update: New Mac versions of Numbers and Pages have since appeared that introduce password-protected sharing, alongside a host of minor tweaks.

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