Who should I contact if I have a question? We recommend emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for the fastest response.
What if I forget my password? When you go to the Share-ify login screen, there is a forgot password link. Click on it, enter your email address, and hit send. You will be emailed a link to reset your password.
How do I know if I am registered with Share-ify? If you attempt to reset your password and the system does not recognize your email address, then you are not registered on Share-ify. To get registered, you can email email@example.com and get added to an existing account after vertification. If you are setting up a new account, you can call or email us to set up an account. You can also click on “Sign Up” and someone will reach out to you to sign you up.
What is a secure, private social network? A secure, private social network is a secure and private location where subscribers may socialize without public access to information. Social networks such as LinkedIn or Facebook will publish information to search engines so that it is available for the public to see. An example of this is when you type a company or person’s name and you can see that they have a LinkedIn or Facebook profile. Share-ify, does not publish any subscriber information to any search engine or public database. Therefore, information shared in the network is controlled by subscribers who solely determine who gets to see their information. Access to their information can be changed by an authorized user of their company at any time.
What kind of information is uploaded or entered onto Share-ify? Share-ify subscribers commonly upload W-9 forms, 3rd party audits, Certificates of Insurance, 3rd Party Certifications, Certificates of Analysis, Product Specifications, and Contact Information. Other information can also be added or uploaded.
What is GDSN? Is that the same as what Share-ify does? No. GDSN stands for Global Data Synchronization Network and refers to a standard’s body called GS1, which is an international non-profit organization that sets data standards for companies worldwide. GDSN is one of many number standards that GS1 offers. GDSN is typically a number referring to one product that is traded between two parties (buyer and a seller). Company A may sell their product to Retailer B. Company A will sell that product to Retailer B using the standard GDSN number on the invoice. GS1 allows for many data elements to be “attached” to GDSN. For food items, that may be allergens, country of origin, and even nutrient information. However, GDSN is NOT a product specification. It is missing many key elements. So while it is an important and useful numbering system, it should not be confused as a specification management system.
A support team member will contact you with your login information within 24 hours.