I know this is probably the wrong place to post this, but I wanted to hear others on this, and I know there is most traffic here. It's about BlendSpace, the feature available to TES members for storing and sharing lessons in a specific slide format. When logging in to your account you are/were offered the option to share your resources, so you click on create, and you are then in BlendSpace. Then you think "na, I don't really want to do this" or "what is this thing?" and then go and do something else. Fine so far? No! The problem I have is that it is not obvious to a user that by doing the above somewhat inane diddling about you are then attaching a blank lesson to your user account which, pivotally, bears your identity. The name you used to open your TES account, not your user name. This procedure is NOT transparent at all, resulting in many many people posting on the forums , being very careful to assume anonymity with a contrived username, and yet bearing their actual real life via one click on their profile. It's not obvious, but it is there. There are at the time of writing many threads on the front page of dilemmas which apply to this scenario. These people are not stupid. They have read the forum guidelines. And yet are led into posting highly sensitive and indicting material without concealing their identity. Because it is not a transparent enough thing. TES-sort it out. It's an issue of Functionaiity, and a pretty serious one. On this occasion I really don't think it would be fair to blame users on not researching their settings. It is simply not made clear enough. Why else would it happen so often? What do others think?