Tutorial: How to share independence leaflets via email or direct messaging
One of the simplest ways to share the YES leaflet with friends and family is to forward the email.
You can also send them a direct link to the leaflet by copying and pasting this address: www.yes.scot/yesleaflet
This direct link should work on almost all desktop/laptop/mobile/tablets, and can be sent in any messaging service.
You can also forward the file directly to WhatsApp or other messaging services.
Sharing on iPhone
To share on your iPhone, go to www.yes.scot/yesleaflet in your web browser then tap the ‘share’ button.
After pressing the share button, you’ll see a list of your most-used messaging apps. You can then select whichever app you prefer, and choose which of your friends or family to send the leaflet to.
Sharing on Android phones
To share on your Android phone, go to www.yes.scot/yesleaflet in your web browser.
In the bar at the top of the screen, tap the share button. Now you can select a method for sharing, including any messaging apps you have installed on your phone.
Sharing on desktop/laptop
If you’re on a desktop or laptop computer and want to download the leaflet to distribute offline, that’s easily done as well – but the methods differ slightly depending on your internet browser.
Google Chrome: open the leaflet and then click the ‘Download’ icon in the top right of the page. You can then save the PDF file to your hard drive.
The icon is an arrow pointing down to a horizontal line.
Safari: open the leaflet, then open the ‘File’ menu and select ‘Export as PDF’. You can then save the PDF file to your hard drive.
Edge: open the leaflet, then click the ‘Save’ icon in the top right of the page. You can then save the PDF file to your hard drive.
The icon is a floppy disk.