How To Make a Gallery of Your Favorites

Ever wanted to point a friend to a showcase of some of the coolest designs on Shapeways but you didn’t want to send them 12 separate URL’s? Or make a gallery of the 10 best puzzles from Shapeways to put on your Facebook wall?  Or an easy way to send a page of a few of your own designs to a retailer? Or just provide a list of cool things to your loved ones so they will know exactly what to buy you for xmas from Shapeways?

Now you can now easily share your Shapeways favorites.

 

To share your favorites simply:

1. Go to My Designs
2. Click on Favorites visible to others (under My Favorites)
3. Edit name of list
4. Click on save icon
5. Click on link (name of list) to go to the URL

Once you have made your gallery you can then share the URL on Twitter, Facebook etc. etc.

Others will also have the option of seeing your favorites from your profile page, here’s my current favorites.  Share yours here too, perhaps we will feature some of your favorites on the Shapeways blog in the near future too.

9 comments

  1. George Bell

    This isn’t working for me. Making the list public and naming it seems fine. But when I go to view my favorites via the special URL, sometimes it is not the models I selected. If I am not logged in, I seem to always get the same list. When I am logged in and click on your favorites, I get mine???

    1. Robert Schouwenburg

      We are looking into this.

  2. Duann

    sorry everybody, it was working fine for the past month, may have been an issue from the last update.

    Thanks for your patience as we rectify the issue.

    Duann

  3. Robert Schouwenburg

    Ok. It works again like it should!

  4. Duann

    Thanks Robert,
    Well done on the weekend repair!!

  5. George Bell

    Yup. Seems to work now …

  6. Duann

    Anyone want to share their favorites here?

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