Sharing and Exporting

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Share and Export Cards and Grids

When you are in the Card view, the arrow button on the lower left will allow you to share, save or export a single Card.

To share a Card to the Public Stream click the arrow on the bottom left to bring up Apple’s iOS Share Menu. Then scroll through the third row of options until you see "Public Steam", click that button and your Card will be shared with everyone who follows you. You can drag and drop the "Public Stream" button so that it appears first on the row. 

Tip: You can drag and drop the "Public Stream" button so that it appears first on the row. 

When in Apple’s iOS Share Menu the second row allows you to share content with 3rd party services you’ve connected with

The first row allows you to share content via AirPlay and AirDrop

When you are in the Grid view, this same button will allow you to share or export an entire Grid. 

 

Turn Off a Card's Background

Tap on your profile picture in the top-left, then the gear icon (Settings) and then “Sharing and Export” to toggle on/off the background color.

 

Grid Fails to Export

If you are trying to export a Grid via email, it might be too large for your email provider’s attachment size limit. In this case, you might try exporting via a different means such as Dropbox, and then emailing a link to the file instead.

If your Grid is failing to export via the “Send to App” feature, try doing a “hard reboot.” First, charge your iPad or iPhone to 100%. Then, hold the Home and Power buttons until your iPad or iPhone reboots. When you see the Apple logo, release the buttons.

 

Paper and Retina Resolution

Ideas drawn in Paper will export in your device's native dimension:

iPhone 4S & 5: 852 x 640

iPhone 6: 1000 x 750

iPhone 6 Plus: 1440 x 1080

iPad Retina: 2048 x 1536 pixels

iPad Non-Retina: 1024 x 768 pixels

iPad Pro: 2732 x 2048 at 264 pixels per inch

 

Share your Work with the Team at FiftyThree

We love to see your ideas, so please do let us see any work you are proud of! If you post your work to Tumblr, Twitter or Instagram make sure to tag it #madewithpaper so we can see it. You can also contact us via this support site and include links or attach images.

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