You'll find it is easy to share your visual via social media since it is integrated into the "Share" option.
Next, select Public, so that you can select one of the Social Media buttons there to share it! :)
As an example, if you upload a Piktochart image (jpeg or png file of your Piktochart) on Facebook, it will be automatically shrinked it to fit their requirements. So basically, Facebook will determine how your visual appears on their site, according to their policies. To submit it your Facebook account, choose Publish then look for the Facebook icon in the left tabs. You can also include the URL link (in addition) so the audience can view the visual nicely on our page. :) You can add the icons for social media onto a canvas, then include a hyperlink under each icon. However, this would only redirect to the URL when you choose Publish>Public and view the visual live online.
The icons for Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn , for example, are located in the general icon collection in the editor and can be found by searching there. Our visuals can be shared as a web-based version which takes advantage of the full rendering of your original size, and also allows Presentation Mode for your viewer. This is how they can access the image through our server. Many social sites only allow URLs to be shared. The ones that allow images have specific standards, so check with that particular site what those pixels are. You can resize your Piktochart like this.
Check with each one to be sure of their help and support to see their limitations.
Additional ideas and tips for Piktochart sharing on Social Media can be found in our blog article. It can shed some light on some best practices. It's full of practical advice, including an up-to-date listing of social media image dimensions (so that your Piktochart creations are always the right size). Get creative!