Shared MakeCode

 

Post with Shared MakeCode URL (Paste into Code Connection)
Handy Timer — Block-by-Block Tutorial Video in MakeCode for Minecraft https://makecode.com/_3C89FjDJaEbR
Creating Symmetric Patterns Using MakeCode for Minecraft https://makecode.com/_Tg04tYg7efRh
More Grandma’s Chickens 2.0: A Makecode for Minecraft Game https://makecode.com/_RFUKHraM7Tbp
Flat Fixer in MakeCode for Minecraft https://makecode.com/_LC4dzUPe4bYg
Bang! — Simulating an On-TNT-Exploded Event in MakeCode for Minecraft https://makecode.com/_LC4dzUPe4bYg
Builder Fence with Size and Block Arguments in MakeCode for Minecraft https://makecode.com/_RHMLRD0KUXeC
Remember Where You Started in MakeCode for Minecraft https://makecode.com/_3wLH9K3Ashg1

How to Get and Use the Code

To get and use the code, follow these steps.

Click the Import button import button , which is upper right in the Code Connection window just below the banner. This will open the window shown below.

Import choices

Click the Import URL button Import URL, which is on the right, to open the window shown below.

Import Copy link

Paste the URL supplied for the program you want to use  in the space under the text “Copy the URL …”

import url with url

Click the Go ahead! button go ahead button.

The next window you will see will be the MakeCode window with the code downloaded from the URL. At this point, you can treat it like any other code, e.g., run it, save it locally, modify it, publish your changes or whatever else your heat desires.

We have tested several other methods of downloading the code using the URL, for example, pasting the URL in a browser. No joy. For more detailed instruction see our post How to Use Shared MakeCode on Microsoft Code Connection for Minecraft.