Ways to share your map
There are a number of ways that you can share your map with other people, and export the data in the map for use elsewhere.
Create an online slide deck that includes your map
One neat way to share your Change Pathways Map is to use the Kumu presentations feature. You can prepare one or more slides, which your audience can view directly in their web browser. A big advantage of the presentation feature is that you can combine text, video, images and maps into a single, engaging presentation that anyone can access via URL. The audience can explore your map dynamically. This is a great way to tell the story of your project, or to put your map into context for stakeholders.
You can learn how to create your own Kumu presentation in this Kumu help document.
If you want to share an image of your map, you can take a screenshot or screengrab of your map on your screen. This creates an image file which you can share directly or insert into a document or other file. You can grab the whole map, or a portion of it.
Exporting your map as PDF, PNG, .xslx (data file) or JSON (project backup /blueprint)
Kumu offers options to export your map in different formats. Visual outputs are PDF (document) and PNG (image file). You can also download the data in your map as a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet (.xlsx). If you want to take a project backup or capture the project blueprint, you can download the map as a .JSON file. All of these options are explained here.
Embed a map
You can share or embed your map on your blog or website. Find out how to do that here.