Scratch makes it easy for you to collaborate and share your work with people all over
the world, and this appendix highlights features in Scratch 2 that promote connecting with others.
In particular, you’ll learn how to create an account, how to use your backpack to work with
sprites and scripts created by others, how to remix other people’s projects, and how to
publish your work and share it with the Scratch community.
Creating a Scratch Account
Although you don’t need an account to use Scratch, having an account can be beneficial.
It gives you the ability to save your work on the Scratch website, communicate with other users, and
share your work online. Follow these steps to create a Scratch account:
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