By default, a chart is set to be private, which means only you have access to it. To share your chart with other people, click the "Share" button.
To share your chart, set your chart to public by clicking the "Share" button. After making your chart public, you can share it on Facebook, Twitter, Ravelry or Pinterest.
You can set your chart back from public to private at any time.
You can give access to a chart to individual users. After clicking the "Share" button, click "Advanced". You'll see a list of users who have access to the chart. Enter the e-mail of the user who you'd like to give access to. You can set whether the user is allowed to edit the chart, or only view the chart.
A chart always has one owner. It's impossible to remove your own access by accident. Other people with access to edit a chart can also change the access rights of the chart, even without being the owner. Users with only access to view the chart can't change it, and can't even see the list of users who you've shared your chart with.
Each person who has access to a chart have their own personal settings for the progress tracker. These settings and the progress position are not shared and are always saved separately for each user.
With a free account you can only give access to a chart to other Premium users. This lets you work together with a professional tech editor, without the need to have a Premium account by yourself. With a Premium account you can give unlimited access to as many people as you like.
The users who you give access to don't receive any notifications from Stitch Fiddle about it. You can write them a personal note by yourself after sharing the chart.
The charts shared with you can be opened from the Charts shared with me folder.
Cannot find a chart in this folder, but it should be shared with you? Verify whether you've added all your e-mail addresses to your account, and whether you've activated all listed e-mail addresses. You can do that here.
Stitch Fiddle respects the intellectual property rights of others and we expect from you to do the same. Be respectful of artwork that is not yours. Read more about the copyright policy.
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This page was last updated August 27, 2017.