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How to Share your Images

Sharing your images through thehub allows you to transfer your images quickly and efficiently to other hub accounts.

To share an image with another user, firstly select the image in the images tab and click share on the bottom toolbar.

Sharing you images with thehub

This will bring you to the following screen:

In this field, you can enter in the email address of the hub account that you wish to share your image with. If the email address does not have a hub account, an invitation to create one and view the shared  image will be emailed to that email address.

After you have entered the email address you wish to share with, select the inbox of that user that you wish to share with. 

After you have selected the inbox you wish to share with, you can edit the details of the share:


You can set different permissions for the user that you are sharing with:

  • Sell - This allows the user you are sharing with to sell your image on their site via Site Connect. From this the profits will be split 70/30 between the sharer/sharee. In order to do this you must have priced your images and if you are selling as a limited edition, you must have uploaded your digital signature and logo and assigned it to the shared image.
  • Download - This allows the sharee to download the image file.
  • Print - This allow the sharee to order prints of the image via the order prints button on the left of the bottom taskbar.

It is also mandatory to give the share a 'Project name' and to write a message to the sharee.

Next click "Share Now" and your image will be shared.

To check that your image has been shared, click on the 'sharing' tab on the top of your screen and select 'sharing history'. Here you can view all sharing history, and confirm that you have shared your image.

Sharing your images with thehub


If you would like to speak to one of our team members about sharing, please call us today or come into our Shoreditch office.

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