You can access all options to share your badge from the sharing feature on Credly.
When you mouse over a badge you've earned, click on the share icon.
If you're signed into an Enterprise account, the share option will be under the badge.
Both of these Share options will open a pop up for you to choose how you'd like to share your badge.
Please note: If you're sharing from an Enterprise site and aren't see some of these sharing options, Enterprise owners may have disabled some of the sharing possibilities.
This share option will open the “Share on Facebook” dialogue box where you can share the badge directly to your wall on Facebook.
This share option will open the “Share a link to Twitter” dialogue box where you can share the link to your badge on Twitter.
This option will open two additional options. “Add to Profile” and “Share” dialogue box.
Share: Will share your credit with your Network as an Update
Add to Profile: Will add your Credit directly to your LinkedIn Profile
Printable Certificates are also available with this button.
Read more about printable certificates here.
Embed will direct you to a window from where you can copy the embed code for that single badge. You can use that code on your web page, blog or anywhere else that accepts HTML.
Once you click on Share Link, you will be directed to a window where you can copy the direct link for that individual badge. You can use that link to direct someone to the details of your badge. Copy and paste it into an email message, put in your website, or include it any document where you want to refer people to the official data and evidence of your credential or achievement.
If you want only the image, simply click the button to download the badge image in "PNG" format.If you want to save the badge in "Open Badge" format, which includes the metadata about your achievement "baked" into the image file, opt to Save in Open Badges format. You will be prompted to select which of your verified email addressed using in your Credly account to include inside the badge as your personal identifier.