Sharing your Qwilr Pages

You can share your Qwilr Pages internally with your colleagues and externally with your clients.

Sharing internally

If you want some feedback from your team or need an approval, you can share your Qwilr Page with other users on your account.

Step 1. While editing any project, you can click the Share With Team icon at the top of the editor window.

Step 2. If you want to give everyone on your team view or edit access to this page, choose that option from the top of the sharing menu.

Step 3. To invite an individual colleague to this page, start typing their name and then select them. You can grant them either view access or edit access.

Note: In order for your colleagues to view or edit this page, they'll need to be logged into their Qwilr account.

Sharing externally

Once your Qwilr Page is ready, you'll want to share the public link with your clients. You can get that link from within the page, or from the dashboard.

Sharing from within a page

Step 1. When a page is in Live status, you can share it externally. Any new page you create will default to being Live right away.

If you've changed your page back to Draft status at some point, you can make it Live again any time by enabling the switch at the top right corner of the page. 

To get the public URL for your page, click the Share button, as shown above.

Step 2. In the box that appears, you'll be able to copy the page URL to share with your clients. In this same area, you can also add some security settings.

Note: Qwilr assigns a default image to the link, so that if you share the link on public social media platforms, the image will appear with the link. You can select a different image if you like.

Sharing from the dashboard

Step 1. Hover over any project on your dashboard to reveal a Share button. Click it to access sharing settings.

Step 2. You'll then be able to make the page Live if needed, and copy the URL to your page. From this same area, you can also add some security settings or change the preview image.

Using the public page link

Once you've copied the page link, you can paste it into an email, text message, Slack message, or any other form of communication you use with your client.

If you're emailing the link, you can use it to create a text link as shown below. Or, you can also paste the URL itself into your email.