Click on the button "Export & Share" in the menu bar or choose the drop-down menu.
A dialog box will appear. In this new box, you will see three different tabs: "Download," "Share," and "Embed."
Downloading and inserting your chart into your presentation/documents:
You can drag the image from this export window and drop it into your desktop or any application you might be working on, e.g., PowerPoint, a text document, an e-mail, a Slack conversation, etc. When using this option, your chart will be exported as a PNG file (image).
The drag'n'drop feature makes Vizzlo compatible nearly to all your favorite tools and inserting your graphics into presentations and reports super easy.
If you would like to use the download option, just click on the button "Download PNG." As a premium user, you can choose your preferred file format: PNG or PDF (vector). It is also possible to download your chart as a .VZL file.
The download will follow the settings of your browser. So, if you’ve established a default destination for your downloads, for example, your desktop or a specific download folder, your chart will be saved there. Then, inserting your chart into your document is just as easy: it works the same way as any other image. If you have downloaded the .VZL file, you can chose to import it using Vizzlo PowerPoint, thus being able to edit it later directly from the slide.
Tip: Switch the toggle to choose to download your chart with a transparent background. The transparent background can be particularly useful, if your slide deck has a colored background or if you would like to use overlapping images in your slide. Both file formats—PNG and PDF—support transparent backgrounds. As a premium user, choose the PDF for greater quality.
There, you can enter the email of your colleagues, and choose if they can only view or, if you're a premium user, also edit the document.
Additionally, you can create two different permalinks, each with a view or edit permission, which you can copy and paste into your emails, Slack or any other social media channel.
For social sharing options, you might also choose using the specific buttons for each channel.
Tip: As a premium or business user, when using the social sharing options, you will be asked to make your public so that people can access it.
Embedding your chart
Do you want to use a chart for your website or a blog post? Click on the tab "Embed." As a premium user, make sure that your document is public (don't worry: you will be asked before advancing to the "Embed" options).
First, set your preferences under "Options." Use the toggle buttons to define if your chart should have a transparent background and a predefined width.
Afterward, highlight the full embed code text and copy it to your clipboard (crtl+c/cmd+c).
Paste (crtl+v/cmd+v) the code in the corresponding place on your website or in the HTML editor of the post editor (on WordPress, it corresponds to the "text" tab of the post editor).