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Arcades can be embedded inside anything that supports iframes. Here, we cover embedding basics and sample instructions for specific sites.
If you want to learn more about a particular platform, feel free to jump down to the specific section:
After you are done editing your Arcade, click on the “Share” button and choose which channel you want to showcase your demo on.
Toggle the 'Share' button to explore options.
Email providers do not support embedding.
However, if the recipient is using Superhuman, Outlook, or Gmail and has the Arcade extension installed, Arcades can expand and be interactive within your emails.
Reminder: This will only work if your recipient has the Arcade extension installed. If they don't have the extension installed, the Arcade link will not become interactive. In that case, we recommend you use a GIF or video download of your Arcade.
Here's what Arcades will look like in an email:
See below for a list of platforms that support the use of embedded Arcades
*This is not an exhaustive list.
- Inside Webflow, go to the HTML block. ⚠️ You will need to upgrade to get this feature.
- Enter your Arcade snippet inside the block, and then publish.
Here’s an Arcade that walks through this:
Webflow CMS: If you're embedding within the CMS, you'll need a new different steps.
In Wordpress, start typing
HTMLand then paste in the snippet. Click on
Previewand then click
Sometimes Arcades have an issue if you have not updated your Wordpress cache. If you are having issues seeing your Arcade, clear your CDN and local cache.
First, ensure that your settings allow iframes. Here’s how you set that up:
Then use the HTML bar within the help desk article:
Inside the article, enter “Insert Embedded Content” and then enter the Arcade snippet HTML.
Gitbook supports Arcades as embeds. In order to do that, you can do
⌘/inside Gitbook, and then you'll see the Embed option.
Here's the most meta Arcade of all time...
To embed an Arcade in Notion, it's as simple as pasting in the public Arcade link and then choosing the "Create embed" menu item:
Intercom, unfortunately, does not support iframes. You can include links to Arcades within your Intercom chat or articles, but they won't expand within Intercom.
To embed an Arcade in ClickUp, type
/embedand paste in the Arcade website code.
To embed an Arcade in Tettra, choose
Embedand then paste the shareable link.