Step 1: Start by sharing your webmix publicly
To learn how to share a webmix, please click here.
Step 2: copy the webmix share link (seen below) and paste it in a new browser tab:
Step 3: On the webmix preview page, click the "Add this webmix" button. This will add the webmix to your account.
Step 4: You should now see an identical (locked) copy of the webmix.
If you would like to edit the locked webmix, you must first unlock the webmix; to learn how, please click here.
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Start by right clicking on the tile In the drop-down menu, click "Copy/Move" In the menu, depicted above, choose the destination webmix for the tile. Then choose if you would like to move the tile or copy the tile; you can do so by clicking on the ...
Linking a tile to a Webmix - PRO Workspaces
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