Sharing and Publishing your Visual

There are two different ways to share and publish your visual. You can share it using a simple output URL link, or share using an embed code (such as if you'd like to publish your visual on your website). 


Sharing Visual via Output URL

By default, only you can see your visual online now. To allow others to see your visual online:


In the Editor, click Share in the top-right menu. You can also Share right from your visual Thumbnail on your Account Dashboard by clicking on the 3-dots. 


Toggle on the  Public on the web option.

Click on the Copy Link button. This will copy your URL link to your clipboard to share with your intended viewers. 

Image from Gyazo


You can also use the Social Media icons to immediately publish your visual on one of those social sites.

Password Protection

If you are a  Piktochart Pro subscriber, you can limit who can see your visual by adding a password to it. 

To do so, toggle the Privately with password option if you want your visual to be password-protected when you share it and then copy the link. Make sure your password is at least six characters and be sure to provide your chosen password to the person viewing your visual! 

Sharing Visual via Embed Code

You can generate the HTML code and paste that to a blog or website. Please note that you cannot edit the output link once the visual is published. To retrieve the embed code,


In the Editor, click Share in the top-right menu.


Ensure that your visual is set to Public on the web.


Click View Code and copy the code you need.

The embed code is accessible through the Editor view only.

Image from Gyazo

You can choose from either the Responsive Width code or Custom Width code if you prefer to adjust the width of the visual yourself. 

If you are a PRO user and embed your visual without the Piktochart watermark; if you transition to a free account, your visual will show the Piktochart watermark after your transition.

Common Questions

Can I edit the URL of my output link?

Yes, you can. If you rename your visual, the output link will always reflect the new name. Once you have renamed your visual, copy the output URL again following the same steps.

Will my visuals appear in Google Searches?

As a free user, your visuals are no-index and no-follow. Meaning, your results will appear in any organic search results. If you're a PRO user, your visuals will be searchable on Google searches if you publish to the Public. Learn more about SEO optimization.

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