So you’re finished editing and are ready to show the world your visual! To share your visual with others for online viewing, you’ll first need to Publish it.
In the top right corner, click “Share” - All online publishing options are included in the Share tab. As a Pro user, you can also choose from different privacy settings as desired.
Publish: After giving your visual a proper name, click “Share” to open the publishing window, then choose the privacy setting from the dropdown menu. As a free user, you have no choice but to publish publicly. As a Pro user, you can select the privacy settings as described below.
A friendly note: Changing the status of your visual to "Unpublished" will disable your link and no one will be able to view it.
Public: All Piktochart users can use the Public option. This means that your visual is visible to anyone.
Once Published, you can send a Piktocard, share with social media, share your URL, and use your html code to embed the visual on your blog or website! (Free, Lite, and Pro users' option)
Share with password-protection: To share your visual with only certain people, you must first publish your visual publicly for a moment - this is because a URL link and HTML code will be generated for your visual. Then you can select Share, and you'll need to create a password for specific people to view your creation with the link and the password. Only those who enter the password will be able to see it, and if a password is not selected, the last privacy settings will remain. (Only Pro users)
Private: Please click Public as the first step. Then you can click Private. The output link is exclusively for the creator of the visual. The owner of the Pro account will be the only person that can view the visual when it is Published. (Only Pro users)
The Export Tab: This is how you can export to Slideshare and Evernote.
Slideshare: Click Slideshare to log into your account, give your visual a title, and choose between infographic or presentation mode of slides. To use Slideshare’s Infographic Player, your visual's dimensions must be greater than 1:2 width-to-height ratio.
Evernote: This option will ask to authenticate your Evernote account and export to Evernote.
Please don't forget to check out your visual in Presentation mode !