If you want to send a mural (or a part of one) in an email or insert it in a presentation, you can export it as a PDF or PNG image.
* Specifications: Now you can export emojis, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Hebrew, Greek, and Russian characters that are on sticky notes. (Note: Hindi and Arabic are not supported yet)
To export a mural:
Enter the mural you'd like to export.
Click the Export button on the right side of the top toolbar.
In the drop down menu, select whether you'd like to export as an image (PNG) or PDF.
After a few moments, your browser will automatically download the exported file to your default "Downloads" location on your computer.
If you prefer, you may click Email me a link too in the pop-up message. You'll receive an email with the link to download the export file. Print or download your export and TA-DA! You're good to go.
To export an area:
Create an area by right clicking on a group of elements and selecting Organize into Area.
Right-click on the area you'd like to export.
Select the menu option Export Area.
Select whether you'd like to export as an image (PNG) or a PDF.
To do this from any mobile device:
Note: Mobile devices do not currently support immediate download of your export. You will receive a link in your email instead.
Tap the Share button in the top right corner.
Select either Export mural as image or Export mural as PDF.
Check your email in a few minutes to retrieve the file.
Shown here on the iPad.
Keep in mind that your download link will expire after five days. Once those five days have passed, you'll have to re-export your mural or area if you want a link to download it as an image or PDF.