Saving and Sharing Your Photos

With BeFunky, you have the option to save to your Computer, your BeFunky profile, Google Drive, Facebook, Dropbox, Pinterest or Twitter. You can also save your image as a BeFunky Project File (or .BFD) which allows to you open it back into BeFunky to make future edits.

Step 1: When you’re finished bringing your creative vision to life with our Photo Editor, Collage Maker or Graphic Designer, click the Save dropdown on the main navigation bar.

Step 2: To save to your Computer, select Computer from the drop down menu, type in a filename and choose between JPEG, PNG or PDF for your photo format. After selecting your download location you will have the option to download your image again, update the download location of your photos, or close the tab.

Saving options for BeFunky projects

Pro Tip:

If you save your image as a JPEG file, you can adjust the quality/size of your image using the sliding scale.

Step 3: You can save your photos straight to your BeFunky profile. When you’re ready click Save, choose BeFunky from the drop down menu. Enter a description in the box that says “say something,” chose your privacy setting and if you'd like to save the original image as well, then click Save. Your image will be saved to your BeFunky My Photos page.

Saving to My Photos page

Pro Tip:

If you'd like to have your photo appear in our Explore Gallery, check the box that says public.

Step 4: To save your image as a BeFunky Project file (BFD) select Save As Project from the Save dropdown. This will save a copy of your project will all layers in-tact for future editing. You have the option to save your BeFunky project to your computer, or your BeFunky account.

Save as a BFD Project File

Step 5: To save your image to your Google Drive account, select Google Drive from the drop down menu, type in a name for your file, and click Save. A pop up will then appear asking to you sign into your Gmail account, in which you'll then be able to save your image to your Google Drive.

- To save to Facebook, select Facebook from the More section in the drop down menu. Then enter a caption, click share, and a pop up will appear asking to you sign into your Facebook account. From there, your image will be shared to your Facebook page.

- To save to Dropbox, select Dropbox from the More section in the drop down menu. Then enter a caption, click save, and a pop up will appear asking to you sign into your Dropbox account. From there, your image will be saved to your Dropbox page.

- To save to Pinterest, select Pinterest from the More section in the drop down menu. Then enter a caption, click share, and a pop up will appear asking to you sign into your Pinterest account. From there, your image will be shared to your Pinterest account.

- To share to Twitter, select Twitter from the More section in the drop down menu. Then enter a caption, click share, and a pop up will appear asking to you sign into your Twitter account. From there, your image will be shared to your Pinterest account.

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