When you want to share your work, Flow has three options for exporting content.
Under the “Screen” export option, you can export what’s currently on the screen either via the Share Sheet or via drag and drop. If the content you’d like to share does not show, you’ll need to adjust the document’s position on screen before exporting with this option.
The “Selection” tool allows you to draw an outline around the content you’d like to export. This is useful when you only want to share part of your notes or a diagram.
When exporting “Everything”, you’ll share all the content in your document. If there is more content than can fit on a single page, Flow will break it into multiple pages during the export process. If you’d prefer not to export before or after a certain page, you can choose this with the “Export Range” selector.
You can show page separator lines in the background options dialogue.
All of these export choices come with the same set of options:
- Include paper color (otherwise the background will be transparent)
- Include background pattern
- High resolution
These options are enabled by default.
Flow exports in PNG format, which allows for high quality images with optional transparency. The export resolution depends on the aspect ratio of your device:
On iPad Pro standard resolution exports are 2732×2048px, and high resolution are 5464×4096px.
On iPhone X standard resolution exports are 2436×1125px, and high resolution are 4872×2250px.