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Share Links

An easy no-code way to get your Rive animation running anywhere.

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Tuesday, April 19, 2022

Rive Blog

Share Links

An easy no-code way to get your Rive animation running anywhere.

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Tuesday, April 19, 2022

Rive Blog

Share Links

An easy no-code way to get your Rive animation running anywhere.

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Tuesday, April 19, 2022

Share Links are a fast, no-code way to integrate interactive graphics into your websites (like Framer or Webflow), favorite productivity apps (like Notion or Tome), or to present your graphics to clients on a dedicated page.

Framer example

See the video below for an example of a Rive component working in Framer, thanks to Share Links. You can manipulate the State Machine directly in Framer without code. Read our Rive + Framer article for more info on our integration with Framer.

Webflow example

As another example, see how fast you can add interactive graphics to Webflow without writing a line of code.

Notion example

In the video below, check out how easy it is to get a Rive animation working in Notion.

Tome example

See below how you can easily add Rive animations to productivity apps like Tome.


Presenting to a client

Or use Share Links to quickly present a version of your file to a client without giving them access to the complete source.

Note that Share Links create a time-locked version of your file. This is not the same as giving someone access to the live file with all its revision history. Read more about Share Links in the Rive Manual.

Share Links are a fast, no-code way to integrate interactive graphics into your websites (like Framer or Webflow), favorite productivity apps (like Notion or Tome), or to present your graphics to clients on a dedicated page.

Framer example

See the video below for an example of a Rive component working in Framer, thanks to Share Links. You can manipulate the State Machine directly in Framer without code. Read our Rive + Framer article for more info on our integration with Framer.

Webflow example

As another example, see how fast you can add interactive graphics to Webflow without writing a line of code.

Notion example

In the video below, check out how easy it is to get a Rive animation working in Notion.

Tome example

See below how you can easily add Rive animations to productivity apps like Tome.


Presenting to a client

Or use Share Links to quickly present a version of your file to a client without giving them access to the complete source.

Note that Share Links create a time-locked version of your file. This is not the same as giving someone access to the live file with all its revision history. Read more about Share Links in the Rive Manual.

Share Links are a fast, no-code way to integrate interactive graphics into your websites (like Framer or Webflow), favorite productivity apps (like Notion or Tome), or to present your graphics to clients on a dedicated page.

Framer example

See the video below for an example of a Rive component working in Framer, thanks to Share Links. You can manipulate the State Machine directly in Framer without code. Read our Rive + Framer article for more info on our integration with Framer.

Webflow example

As another example, see how fast you can add interactive graphics to Webflow without writing a line of code.

Notion example

In the video below, check out how easy it is to get a Rive animation working in Notion.

Tome example

See below how you can easily add Rive animations to productivity apps like Tome.


Presenting to a client

Or use Share Links to quickly present a version of your file to a client without giving them access to the complete source.

Note that Share Links create a time-locked version of your file. This is not the same as giving someone access to the live file with all its revision history. Read more about Share Links in the Rive Manual.

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