An easy way to point someone towards the To Do list you’ve shared with them is to send them a link to it after you’ve given them view (or edit) rights — this makes it easy for them to find the list you shared with them if they don’t check their dashboard or turn on notification emails, and they can easily bookmark it for future reference. This instructional image shows you how to copy the link:
It's easy to have your blogs, emails or web pages have a link to To Do Lists in your account. When you use the “To Do List URL” link it creates a unique Keep&Share link to your To Do List. When someone clicks on that link, the person will be redirected to the To Do List in your Keep&Share account.
However, if you have a paid account and the person you want to share with does not have a Keep&Share account, you can always copy the Direct Access Link. The Direct Access Link is a link that you can copy and share with anyone, regardless of whether they have a Keep&Share account or not.
To learn more about how you can create a link to your To Do lists, visit the Keep&Share Developer site.