Tutorial Refresher: Sharing KimisFebruary 10, 2012 at 3:45 pm | Posted in Imikimi, Software | Leave a comment
Tags: digital art
Hi Guys! Imikimi Team here! This week we wanted to give you a little bit of a refresher on how to Share your Kimis!
So here’s the scenario: You’ve just made a Kimi you are super proud of and want to show off to all of your friends but you’re not sure how. No problem! There’s a simple way to save and share your Kimi by email or on multiple sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Myspace! Here’s a couple of ways to share your Kimi with the world.
After you create your Kimi and you’re completely happy with it, click the Save button in the top right hand corner of the Kimi editing screen.
A new screen will come up and will give you the option to save your Kimi on several different social media websites. You can select one of these or you can scroll down find the proper codes to post your Kimi in your blog or on your website.
But you may decide you want to share a Kimi that you made awhile ago. No problem! Here’s how to do it:
Click the “My Kimis” button on the black bar at the top of your screen. A screen will appear showing all your previously made Kimis.
Double click the Kimi you want to share. The screen that comes up will have a larger version of your Kimi.
Below your Kimi, you will see a ‘Facebook’ option and a ‘Share’ option.
If you would like to share on Facebook, click the Facebook option. You will have the option to post the photo directly to your wall or send it to your My Photos section.
If you would like to share your Kimi via email or through Twitter, Blogger, or many other options, click Share. To send your Kimi via email, click ‘Email’. You will be re-directed to a screen in order to input the email addresses for the people you want to send your Kimi to. You can add a personalized message as well. Click send and you’re done! To send to a social media site, click the social media icon you would like to post your Kimi on. You will either be asked to provide your login information or you will be taken directly to the website to login. Click post and you’re done!
So that’s that! I hope this served as a great refresher or taught you something new about Imikimi.com. Thanks for tuning in!
The Imikimi Team