Sharing basics

Anything uploaded to a deck can be shared with the deck URL. A deck (presentation) link is always a short link that is very easy to read out or share anywhere. You can also use private sharing if you want to keep your decks private or if you want to collaborate with other users.

Sharing Privately with accounts

You can also share your deck with anyone’s account privately. You can let other users view your deck, edit it, or present it. Add people’s emails from your Library or while editing a deck, in the Manage deck section. If your deck remains private, only the people you privately share it with will be able to see the content. Everyone else will get a notice that the deck is currently private.

1 Add an email in the Sharing toggle

Once you’ve added someone they will receive an email asking them to accept and view your deck. Once they do this, they see your deck in their home.

Private Sharing
2Repeat for as many people as you'd like
Private Sharing
3Manage their permissions

You can choose between three levels of permissions for your collaborators. You can let them view – they can use our viewer to see the deck, edit – they can view it and manage its contents, or present – they can edit it and present it live.

Private Sharing


Presentations made in Swipe can be embedded on any website. There are two simple ways to embed decks, both working in a 16:9 aspect ratio by default. The embed link for any presentation can be found in View or Control mode on any of your decks. Press View and present to get to your deck and find the bottom bar. You will notice three dots on the bottom-right which is your deck menu. Click it to expand the menu.

1Finding your embed link in the Editor

To find your embed code while editing a deck, open the Manage deck menu by clicking the deck title in the top left, then press on the Embed section to see the code.

Finding your embed link
2Finding your embed in the viewer

To find your embed code while viewing a deck, press View and present to open the viewer and find the bottom bar. You will notice three dots on the bottom-right which is your deck menu. Press it to expand the menu.

Click Embed to expand it and see your embed code. You can also get the responsive embed code if you want it to work great on any device. See below for a description of the difference between a normal embed link and a responsive one.

Finding your embed link
3Regular embed

To embed your deck using the fixed dimensions solution, place the following code wherever you want the presentation to appear:

  <iframe width="600" height="338" src="" allowfullscreen></iframe>
4Responsive embed

The responsive embed is built to preserve your aspect ratio across different devices – that way, your content will never clip. Place the following code wherever you want the deck to appear:

<figure class="swipe">
  <iframe src="" allowfullscreen></iframe>

<style>figure.swipe{display:block;position:relative;padding-bottom:56.25%;height:0;overflow:hidden;}figure.swipe iframe{position:absolute;top:0;left:0;width:100%;height:100%;border:none;}</style>

Vertical view

If you want to see your slides all at once like a normal webpage instead of browsing through them one-by-one, you can use our vertical view.

1Find your vertical view link

Each presentation can be displayed vertically by adding /vertical to your share link. You can also find the link in the viewer. Press the three arrows in the right bottom of the viewer to open the More menu, then press View as a vertical.

Vertical view
2Vertical view

When in the vertical view, all your slides are displayed one after another, just like on a normal webpage. Read more about the vertical view.

Vertical view