This study presents the perspective of sharing photos, insights, and commentaries to the online portal of Bachelor in Elementary Education students of Quirino State University – Main Campus. A questionnaire was adapted to determine the object and information shared by the respondents, frequency, purposes, and perspectives of sharing photos, insights, and commentaries to the online portal of BEEd students. A total of 180 prospective elementary education students were employed in a descriptive-comparative research design. Results revealed that the respondents frequently share their photos, insights, and commentaries to the online portal. Freshmen respondents, who are either Yogad or Ibaloi, are the most active in sharing information to the online portal. On the other hand, there are comparable affordances among their perspectives in sharing across their age, curriculum year, and socio-economic status. Moreover, it was found that the BEEd students are not very aware in sharing their information to the online portal.