All the ways to share a Tango!

There are a few ways to share a Tango

Date: November 1, 2022

Author: Andrea Bailey

Source: Tango


1. Go to the Tango Workflow you want to share

2. The first and simplest way to share is to Click on Copy Link on the top right corner.

Tango's Workflow links are by default public (but not indexable or discoverable by search engines), so copying a link and pasting it into a chat platform, email, or support site is quick and simple.

Users who access the link to view in their browser will not need to have a Tango account.

If you would like to make a Workflow private, see this link.

The first and simplest way to share is to Click on Copy Link on the top right corner.

3. When you copy the link, you will see a confirmation that the Workflow link was copied to your clipboard.

When you copy the link, you will see a confirmation that the Workflow link was copied to your clipboard.

4. Click on Share & Export to access other ways to share a Workflow

Click on Share & Export to access other ways to share a Workflow

5. Type the email address of the user you want to share a Workflow with.

They will receive an email that a Workflow has been shared with them. They will need to have a Tango account to access the Workflow, so that we can verify their email address.

Type the email address of the user you want to share a Workflow with.

6. You can designate a user as a Viewer or, if you're Pro, an editor.

You can designate a user as a Viewer or, if you're Pro, an editor.

7. Click on Invite, and the user will be notified.

Click on Invite, and the user will be notified.

8. The 3rd way to share a Workflow is Magic Copy, which copies the HTML to your clipboard, and is compatible with almost every other Knowledge Base Platform we've encountered

Please note, Magic Copy does not work with Google Slide and Microsoft Powerpoint.

The 3rd way to share a Workflow is Magic Copy, which copies the HTML to your clipboard, and is compatible with almost every other Knowledge Base Platform we've encountered

9. Click on Copy HTML

Click on Copy HTML

10. You can Paste your Workflow almost anywhere, including Google Docs, Microsoft Word, Notion, Guru, Sharepoint - you name it, Magic Copy will probably work with it.

You can Paste your Workflow almost anywhere, including Google Docs, Microsoft Word, Notion, Guru, Sharepoint - you name it, Magic Copy will probably work with it.

11. The 4th way to share your Workflow is to Download it to PDF. ,

The 4th way to share your Workflow is to Download it to PDF. , Click on PDF

11.2 Click on PDF

The 4th way to share your Workflow is to Download it to PDF. , Click on PDF

12. The 5th way to Share a Workflow is to embed an iFrame

Embedding an iFrame allows you to update the Workflow in Tango, and have the changes flow through to everywhere you have shared that Workflow.

The 5th way to Share a Workflow is to embed an iFrame

13. In the Live Embed segment, you can either copy a Link, or copy the embed code, which allows you to directly insert the code into any website. The link allows you to paste it directly on any page that supports oEmbed (such as Notion)

In the Live Embed segment, you can either copy a Link, or copy the embed code, which allows you to directly insert the code into any website. The link allows you to paste it directly on any page that supports oEmbed (such as Notion)

14. If you copy the link, and open up a platform that supports oEmbed, you can Paste it directly into the element, and the page (Notion in this case), will recognize and load the iFrame

If you copy the link, and open up a platform that supports oEmbed, you can Paste it directly into the element, and the page (Notion in this case), will recognize and load the iFrame

This Workflow was created with Tango.

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