A published project can be shared or embedded.

You can find the URL and the embed code on the "Share your Project" screen, which is shown directly after publishing the project and can be accessed anytime from the Project Overview.

Learn to use it interactively:

You can just email the URL, send it to your contacts on Messenger, share it on Social media or use the embed code to put the project on your own website.

Project URL

The link to your project can be found here and copied to your clipboard. Click on "Open" to open your project in a new browser window.
You can change the URL of a live project on the Settings screen. Be aware, that the old link will not work anymore after changing the URL.

Short URL and QR Code

Both Short URL and QR Code are alternative ways to access your project. The Short URL and the QR Code are linked to the URL above.


You can directly share the project on your channels (Facebook, LinkedIn, etc).


Here you can find the embed code you can use on your own website, see it in action and also try out the embedded project with different settings. The embed code creates a responsive iframe and in addition to this you can select the minimum height and set a fixed width if needed.
If height and width are set to auto, the project will automatically grow to take the space it needs on the website.

Dynamic height resize option

If you do not want the embed widget to grow please disable the option "Dynamic height resize" before you copy your code. Without dynamic height you must use CSS on your website to specify the height, usually you can select it like this: .involveme_embed iframe { height: 650px; }

Alternatively you can embed your content in full size.

It is also possible to embed your project as a popup on your webpage.

Just click on "Copy code" to put the embed code in your clipboard.

Please note that, if you change your project's URL you will need to replace your embed code.

We advise not to use your own <iframe> tags since it will not guarantee full functionality for your projects.

When the embed loads, the background can be set to match your page esthetics. Adjust this color using the option "Loading background color". By default, the value is set to #ffffff (white).

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