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To share a permalink for your graph, click the Share button in the top toolbar of the calculator. A drop down menu will appear with a section titled "Share your graph:" You can copy and paste this link to share your graph and all of your expressions. Click Copy to copy the link to your clipboard.

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    Fabrice Neyret

    it's totally unclear what to do with the "nice graph ! want to consider featuring it ?" button: 

    should it be pressed each time or is it a flip/flop persistant choice ?  which slightly different grey means yes vs no ?  

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    Fabrice Neyret

    Cool, but it give a very dangerously ambiguity of what kind of "permanent link" it ease:

    One has to understand that it is a permalink to THIS VERSION of the graph. Each save changed will have a new permalink.

    This is cool to avoid messing people with broken or too different next version. Conversely, you have to remember to update your wikis/forum/webpages/collegues with the new link at each important change ! Indeed it would be good to also have a "permanent" permalink attach to the graph name per se, i.e. always the lastest version.

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    Fabrice Neyret

    Useful for showing image+link, but a *real* functional embeding would be even more useful !

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    Janne Frösén

    Does your account not hold a list of graphs you shared? If you forget or lose the permalink is it lost for good?

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    Jl980

    Is it possible to see the time you shared your graph with someone???

    I shared a graph at 2:52 pm and the recipient did not receive my shared graph till 3:03 pm and it was due by 3:00 pm.

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    Fabrice Neyret

    the sharing was done be email, right ? then the receiver just have to display the hidden data associated to the email to see all the details (comprising sending date).

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    Matthew Potthoff

    This doesn't work when using the ipad app...it just says /calculator.  I guess I would need to direct students to use Safari if they wanted to send me a link to their graph.

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    Jonathan Lidbeck

    Is it really the case that there's no option at all to share from the mobile app? Not even a copyable link? (I use Android; iPad users may have the same issue.)

    This is a really surprising oversight, considering the otherwise well-thought user interface. Are we missing something obvious? Can I volunteer a few hours to get this done, or is this an intentional omission?

    Edited by Jonathan Lidbeck
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    Aevans6

    Can other people edit shared graphs?

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    Fabrice Neyret

    Why not just trying rather than asking ? ;-)

    Answer is yes, but of course if you save it will be a different version than the original, stored in your folder.

    Edited by Fabrice Neyret
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    David Binner

    A related question: Is there a way to edit a graph, save it, but have the permalink unchanged?

    I have computed over 200 data points numerically, manually entered them into a table, plotted this data on a line graph, and shared the URL of this graph.

    It turns out this graph has a point of inflection, where it changes from being concave down to concave up. After writing a computer program to find this point of inflection, I would like to add this data point to the table and have it plotted. The overall plot doesn't change, it is an intermediate point, but the plot is a little smoother, since it uses one more data point. But when I save the new graph, the URL changes. I'd rather not go back and change the URL in all the places I have shared it.

    Hence, my question.

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