There are many ways in which you can share Flipsnack flipbooks. Whether you want to share a permanent link to your flipbook or you want it integrated in your website,  go to My flipbooks and locate the flipbook you want to share and click on the Share tab.

You can then choose from the following sharing options:

Social options - Go to the Share tab and share your flipbook on your favorite social media. Sharing options include Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Tumblr.

Direct link - by selecting this option, a new personalized preview page hosted on will open. 

Here's an example of how a Flipsnack direct link looks like.

Shareable Full-screen URL - elegant and clean way of sharing your flipbook without seeing extra features or related publications. Read more about it here.

Important: this feature is available for Master and Team members only. Read more about our premium subscriptions here.

Here's an example of how a Flipsnack direct link looks like.

Embed code - from the Embed tab, copy the embed code and then paste it on any website that supports embeddable content. You can choose your embed size, if you want your flipbook to be resposible or not and the page you want your flipbook to start from.

Email - from the Email tab, you can edit the title and description by double clicking on them. Once you are happy with your flipbook, you can copy the flipbook snippet and paste it into your newsletter using your favorite email client.

You can also directly add the email you want to send your flipbook to and click on Send email to share your flipbook via email.

Download HTLM5 and Download PDF - from the Download tab, you can download your interactive (HTML5) or static (PDF) flipbook offline and you can then host it yourself. The downloaded flipbook will remain premium indefinitely.

Important: the Download HTML5 feature is available for Team members only while the Download PDF feature is available with all our subscriptions. Read more about our premium subscriptions here

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