Jul 22, 2015 - 12:54 PM
I will show the options when running Wixie in the Standard view. There are some differences for users in Primary view - see below.
With the project open in the Wixie editor:
Send a link or use the Wixie embed code -
While Viewing or Editing your Wixie project, go to the File menu and choose Share.
You will see the Share dialog.
Some options may change based on the device or browser you are using.
Share your Project URL:
Click the Copy URL button to copy the project URL to the clipboard.
On a desktop computer such as Windows 10 or MacOS, the button may show as the Share button.
Click the Share button to see the sharing options for your computer or device.
Click the button for the sharing option you want to use to share the project URL.
Copy the Project Embed Code or print a QR code:
Click the Advanced options button to see the Embed Code or to save or Print a QR code for your project.
Click the Copy EMBED button to copy this code to the clipboard. Uncheck the Require Public Key check box if you do not want the viewer to be prompted for the public key on student projects.
Click the Download QR Code button to download an image of the QR code for your specific project. Click the Print button to Print the QR code.
Send an email with the project URL:
Type an email address in the Email field. You can also type a note in the field below. Click the Send button to send the project URL.
To export the Wixie project -
Go to the File menu and choose Download.
You will see the file export options.
Choose the type of file you want to export.
If you click the Images button, you will see the Image and format options.
The exported file will be sent to your Downloads folder. If more than one image is exported, the images will be contained in a .ZIP file. If you are using the Wixie app on the iPad or Android tablet, the images will be exported to your Photos directory.
If your project is a single page, you can print the project multiple times on a page (like Trading Cards or Postcards).
Click the More Options button in the Print dialog.
Then, click the Repeat Page option.
Click the multiple page option you want to use.
If you click the Video button, the project will be exported as an MP4 file. You can find out more details about exporting your video here.
If you choose the Wixie file format, it will export as a .WXI file. This type of file can only be opened in Wixie.
From the Student Home Page -
Click the Project Options Button (three dots) next to the project and choose Share.
From the Teacher Home Page -
To Share the link for a project that you created, click the Project Options Button and choose Share.
Teachers will see additional sharing options based on their school or district settings.
Click the Advanced options button to see some additional sharing options.
The Always a Template option will open the project as a new template each time a student or another teacher clicks the link.
Click the View Only radio button to show the project without the editing tools.
To share the link, download, or export a student created project go to the Students page. Choose your Class from the list if you have more than one class. Select the student from the list below (on the left).
Then, select the project from the list displayed on the right. You will see the project details page for the selected project.
Click Share button to see the sharing options, or click the Download button to see the download options.
About the Public Key and Sharing options:
If your school or district is set to require a public key, then you will need the public key for others to view your project. If your school or district is set to "Public" a key will not be required. Another setting is to not require a public key for teachers, but one is required for students. Check with your Wixie administrator to see what your setting is.
There is a section in the Help/Training pages for Sharing that covers these topics in more detail. Click the user profile picture and choose Help to see the training materials.
Choose a topic in the Sharing folder to see more details about that sharing option.
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YouTube Video on Sharing -