Sharing projects

Share your interactive project with your peers via URL or social media and learn how to change your share settings!

Updated over a week ago

About sharing projects

Are you ready to share your project(s) publicly? If so, let's do it ๐Ÿš€

In this guide, you'll find all information and instructions on the best practices for sharing your interactive project by using the most popular methods, such as generating a shareable URL and embedding the project to your site or social media platform ๐ŸŒŸ

We'll also learn how to update your project's share settings!


Generating a shareable link

Creating a shareable link is a great idea if you want the project to be accessible to anyone on the internet (otherwise, it can be accessed only by teammates invited to your organization) ๐Ÿ‘
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To generate the link in question, proceed as follows:

1) Open the interactive project that you want to share and click โ€˜Share' on the upper right-hand side of your screen:

2) Click 'Publish', as you'll need to publish your project before you can make a shareable link:
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3) Click 'Publish project':
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4) Click 'Copy link' and distribute/use the URL according to your needs:


Sharing a project on social media

1) To share your project on social media (Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn) open the interactive project that you want to share, and on the upper right-hand side of your screen, click โ€˜Share':

2) Click 'Publish', as you'll need to publish your project before you can share it on social media:
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3) Click 'Publish project':
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4) Click on the social media platform that you'd like to share your interactive project on:


Embedding a project

1) Open the interactive project that you want to embed and click โ€˜Share' on the upper right-hand side of your screen:

2) Click 'Publish', as you'll need to publish your project before you can embed it:
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3) Click 'Publish project':
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4) Click 'Embed':
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5) Click 'Copy embed':


Inviting your teammates to comment and collaborate on your design

Uizard fully supports multi-user prototyping sessions, so you can collaborate with your team members in live sessions! You can invite your team members to join your project by following the instructions provided below:
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1) Open the interactive project that you want to share and click โ€˜Share' on the upper right-hand side of your screen:
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2) Enter your teammate's email and hit enter:

3) Choose the invited team members' roles. 'Creators' are able to edit your project, while 'Viewers' only have viewing and commenting permissions:
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4) Click the 'Invite members' button:


Sharing a direct screen link

If you've already invited someone to collaborate on your project, you can share a specific screen in your project that you'd like someone to take a look at.

Here's how:

1) Open the project that you'd like to share a specific screen of.

2) Click the title above the screen you'd like to share:

3) Click the three dots and then 'Copy direct link':

4) You can now paste the link and share it with your team members!


Sharing in Notion

Sharing in Notion is easy! You can share a link or even embed your project!

Embedding your project

2) Open up Notion and log in.

3) Click on the icon to create a new page or open the page you'd like to embed your project:

4) Type '/embed' in your page as shown below and select the 'Embed' option:

5) Paste in the embed code and click 'Embed link':

6) You've successfully embedded your interactive project in a Notion page!

Sharing a link

2) Paste the link and choose 'Create bookmark' or 'Create embed' for a card that links to your project:

3) The card will look like this:


Sharing in Monday.com

You can embed an interactive prototype or share a link to your project!

Embedding your project

1) Publish your project and copy the embed code.

2) Log in to your Monday.com account.

3) You'll need a plugin from the Monday.com marketplace if you don't already have one. Embed Pro, Embedded Website, and Universal Embedder are great plugins to assist you. Here is where you can find the Monday Marketplace:

4) Search for any of the plugins mentioned above and select it:

5) Select 'Install app' to add the plugin to your account:

6) Choose what works best for you in terms of workspaces and then select 'Install':

7) Select 'Add app':

8) It will bring you to a page where you can embed, click on 'Click here' to begin or somewhere similar if you added a different plugin:

9) Paste the embed code and click 'Ok':

10) Your embedded interactive prototype will show! (Please note that with Universal Embedder, it will say the embed is not available but it will still work):

Sharing a link to your project

2) Open up your Monday table.

3) Copy and paste the share link into the table. You can use the keyboard shortcuts CTRL/CMD + C to copy and CTRL/CMD + V to paste if needed:


Sharing in Miro

You can embed or share a link within your Miro project to help with planning!

Embedding your project

1) Publish your project and copy the embed code.

2) Log into Miro and open one of your projects where you'd like to embed your interactive Uizard project.

3) Select the '+' in the left-hand menu:

4) Type in 'Embed' and select 'Embed iFrame code':

5) Paste in the embed code and select 'Embed':

6) Click on the eye icon to view it:

Sharing your project link

2) Open up your Miro project.

3) Click anywhere in your project and use CTRL/CMD + V to paste the link and create a card in your project:

4) Alternatively, you can paste the link into a sticky note using CTRL/CMD + V if you prefer not to have a card.


Sharing in Confluence

Currently, embedding an interactive project isn't available on Confluence, but you can still share the link to your project or specific screen(s)!

2) Log in to Confluence and open the page that you want to share the link in.

3) You can use the keyboard shortcut CMD/CTRL + V to paste the share link.

4) Once you've pasted it, you can click on the link to change the settings:

5) You can choose between URL, inline, or a card to share your link:


Sharing in Jira

It's not possible to embed an interactive project on Jira, but you can share the link to your project or project screen(s).

1) As a first step, you'll need to publish your project and copy the share link for your project or a specific project screen.

2) Open the ticket that you'd like to add the link to:

3) Click on 'Configure' on the bottom right-hand menu:

4) Select 'URL':

5) Type in how you'd like to reference the link and then 'Save changes':

6) Click the link to go back to the ticket:
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7) Type in the link and click the checkmark:

8) Additionally, you can link the project or screen within the description. You can paste it here using CMD/CTRL + V:

9) If you click on the link, you have a few options to switch it to URL, inline, or a card:


Commenting on public projects

If you want to leave a comment on a public project and you aren't part of that organization, you'll need to request access to become a viewer of that project.

Here's how you can do that:

1) Open up the public link of the project you want to comment on and click 'Comment':

2) Type in your name, email, and then click 'Request':

3) The request will then be sent to the owner of the project. Once they approve, you'll receive an email:


Disabling/enabling duplicating your shareable project

Who can use this feature? ๐Ÿง™

  • Only if you have a Pro/Business/Enterprise subscription

  • If you're on a Free account, the duplicating project option will stay enabled for shareable projects

When you create a shareable project, anyone with the link can access it and view it! They can even duplicate your project so that they can use it themselves and edit it.

Here is how you can turn this feature on and off:

1) Open the project that you'd like to change the settings of and then click the "Share" button in the top-right corner:

2) Click 'Publish', as you'll need to publish your project before you can embed it:
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3) Click 'Publish project':
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4) Toggle the "Allow duplicating project" button on or off depending on your needs:


Unpublishing a project

If you decide that you'd no longer like to share a project publicly, here is how you can unpublish a project:

1) Click on the 'Share' button within the top-right menu:

2) Click on the 'Published' menu at the top:

3) Click on 'Unpublish project':


Publishing a project as a functional website or app

Unfortunately, it's not possible with the current version of Uizard.
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As Uizard is a design and prototyping tool by nature, you are creating prototypes of apps and websites in Uizard, as you can imagine creating something on Powerpoint or Canva (just the look, but no code and therefore NOT with the full functions that connect to actually what an app and website can do).

You would still need to send this to a developer so they can attach code and logic to your design.

However, this doesn't mean you can't present your project to your peers. There are many great ways to share and export your Uizard projects.


FAQs

Is there a way to remove the 'Made with Uizard' footer in an embedded project?

It's not possible at this time to remove the 'Made with Uizard' footer.

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