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It’s likely that on more than one occasion you’ve wanted to share your geniallys in a way that would inspire other members of the community. After all, after putting all that effort and thought into the creation process, your geniallys are worth sharing!

 

Surprise! This is now possible. With the new Reuse feature, you’ll be able to allow our other users to reuse your creation as a template they can edit in their own account. A copy of your genially will be sent to their account, and the edits they make won’t have any effect on the original genially.

 

There are two ways of marking your geniallys as reusable:

 

Marking a genially as reusable from the moment you publish it

With this option, you can mark your geniallys for reuse the moment they’re published by following these simple steps:

  • Once you’ve finished editing your genially, click on the ‘All Set’ button, found in the upper-right corner of the Editor.
  • A window will open that allows you to set your genially’s privacy settings: this is where you should mark your creation as Reusable.
  • Share the social link so that others can use it. That’s it!


NOTE: If your genially is published as private and you mark it as reusable, it will remain private.


Mark a genially as reusable at the moment of publication


Marking a genially as reusable after it’s been published

You can also go back and mark geniallys as reusable after their publication. To do so:

  • From your Panel, click on the genially you’d like to mark as reusable.
  • Click on the icon found in the upper-right corner of the Editor to access your genially’s 'Settings'.
  • Open the 'Privacy' tab.
  • Mark the option ' Reuse' and click on 'All Set'.
  • Share the social link so that others can use it. That’s it!


Mark a genially as reusable after it has been published

TIP: Uncheck this option if you don’t want your genially to be reusable by other users.


Why can't I reuse a creation?

We invite you to visit the following tutorial, where we explain in which cases a genially cannot be reused.