Launch Safari on your iPhone or iPad. Navigate to any web page and tap on the Share button in the bottom navigation. Scroll all the way through the bottom row of icons.
In the Finder or an app on your Mac, select one or more items, then click the Share button in the toolbar. If the item is on the desktop, Control-click it, then choose Share from the shortcut menu. In the Share menu, choose how to share the item.
As a refresher, on Android phones, the “share” button looks like a “less-than” sign, with a circle at each point, whereas on iPhones, it’s an arrow pointing out of a rectangle. But no matter which platform you’re using, the purpose of the button is the same—to share whatever you’re looking at with other people.
This is the new icon for Share. If it is not there open Safari, tap the tabs icon bottom right of screen, it looks like two overlapping squares, close all the tabs that you may have open by tapping the x in the upper left hand corner of each tab.
In the Safari app on your Mac, click the Share button in the toolbar or choose File > Share. Choose how to share the webpage.
How do you add sharing options on iPhone?
First, open up a photo or other file and tap the share button in the bottom left corner (or elsewhere depending on the file type). Now you will see two rows of options. Scroll all the way to the right on either row until you see the “More” option. Tap on it.
Apple hides the Share button in Maps. To use it, tap and hold to insert a pin on the location that you want to share. Then tap the pin to open the Marked Location panel. A Share button appears in this panel; on the iPhone, scroll down to see it.
Most of the time, you’ll see the share button directly beneath the file you’re currently viewing, but sometimes, you’ll have to tap the three-dot menu button in the top-right corner of your screen to access the share feature. (1) Share button in Google Photos app.
How to Edit the Share Menu in Android
- Download and install Andmade Share from the Google Play store.
- Launch the Andmade Share app.
- Tap Hidden Apps. …
- Select apps you want to remove from the share menu by toggling the checkboxes next to them to On.
- Hit the back button to return to the Andmade Share main menu screen.
Start a screen sharing session with another Mac
On the Mac you want to share, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Sharing, select Screen Sharing, then note the name and address of the Mac (it’s listed on the right).
- Choose URL or Page. Pick the URL of a website or Facebook Page you want to share.
- Code Configurator. Paste the URL to the Code Configurator and adjust the layout of your share button. …
- Copy & Paste HTML snippet. Copy and past the snippet into the HTML of the destination website.
If you aren’t sure which app to use, open the Photos app, access a photo in full size, and tap the Share icon at the lower-left corner. The middle row shows all of the apps that you can share your selected content with.
Apple introduced the share button with iOS 8 in 2014, and the feature lets you share documents, images, and other items between apps, services, and other people.