How do you share a SmugMug gallery?

When it comes to sharing photos, galleries or slideshows, SmugMug gives you lots of ways to share them. You can share your SmugMug gallery via an email link, embedded code or onto your social media accounts. Here's the most basic process you can follow:
  1. You can share a direct link to your gallery easily, too! In the Share panel, first, select the Gallery tab.
  2. Copy and paste the top Gallery Link if you want your visitors to be taken directly to your gallery on your site.
  3. To share a slideshow of your gallery! Navigate to the gallery you want to showcase and select any photo to bring up the Lightbox.
  4. Click the Share icon, just like you'd do for sharing a link (detailed above). Next, select the Gallery tab. You'll see two slideshow options to choose from: Fullscreen and Embed.
  5. Select Fullscreen and copy-paste the generated code if you want to wow your visitors with a full-screen slideshow of your gallery.

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