Allo canvases can be embedded in any website or tool that supports HTML and iframes (e.g. WordPress, Webflow, Confluence, etc.). This way, you and your team will be able to view Allo canvases directly inside the platform you're currently on without having to switch between tools.
To embed an Allo canvas to a website or a tool, follow the steps below:
- Inside the canvas you'd like to embed, click on the "Share" button located at the top right.
- Among different share options, Click on the "Embed" tab.
- Toggle on the embed canvas toggle.
- Copy the HTML code that appears.
- Paste the code into the website or blog you'd like the canvas to be embedded in.
Tip 1: Click the canvas name located at the bottom left to open the canvas inside the Allo platform.
Tip 2: All the embedded canvases are synced with the original canvas. All the changes will be updated in real-time once the original canvas is modified.
How to embed a canvas to another Allo Canvas?
Inside the canvas you'd like to embed in, use your keyboard shortcut "Ctrl + V" (or "⌘ + V" for Mac) to paste the embed code onto it.
How to embed a canvas to Ghost?
When writing a blog post, add an HTML section and paste the canvas embed code into the block.
How to embed a canvas to Notion?
Type "/embed" in the page you'd like the canvas to be embedded in, paste the embed code into the text box and click "Embed link".
Above are just some examples of how Allo canvases can be embedded. There are countless other websites and platforms that allow iframe embed and support HTML. If you'd like to learn how to embed the canvas into a platform that's not listed here, please don't hesitate to reach out and let us know!
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