Exporting 101: How to Export Your Sheets from Ulysses on Mac, iPhone, and iPad

Once you’ve finished writing, Ulysses lets you export your text easily to a variety of standard formats using the Quick Export feature. Initially, this Quick Export feature feels anything but quick, as there are multiple taps or clicks needed before your text is ready to be sent somewhere else on your device.However, with the wide variety of export options available in Ulysses, a middle step is needed. Despite requiring an extra tap or two, Quick Export is indeed quick, especially if you know how to use it.In this tutorial, we’ll walk through all the different ways you can export your text from Ulysses on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Note: This is an excerpt from our in-depth Learn Ulysses course. For the entire lesson, along with 13 other lessons, check out Learn Ulysses. Quick Export Settings on the MacThe Quick Export window has a couple different sections. First is the format switcher. This lets you switch to the desired format of your text output. You can choose from Text, HTML, EPUB, PDF, and DOCX. Or, if you want to upload your text to a WordPress blog or to your Medium account, choose Publishing .In the center of the Quick Export window are the export settings. These vary depending on the format you’ve selected. You can, for example, choose an export style and page size when your output is going to a PDF document, but not when exporting as text or HTML.On the top of the Quick Export window are the export actions. From here, you can preview what your exported document will look like, copy it to the clipboard, open Finder and save a file to a location of your choice, click Open In to list all available applications you can send your output to, click Send to export your output — via email, iMessage, AirDrop, or printing — and finally, Publish , which allows you to publish to a Medium account or WordPress blog if you have your settings configured correctly.The large button at the bottom executes the Default Export action. You can also trigger your default action from the Quick Export window by simply hitting the enter key. We recommend that you set this to be the action you use most often — for example, Copy to Clipboard or HTML Export .Quick Export Settings on iOSYou can trigger Quick Export on iOS with any of the following actions: * Use the Quick Export button in the top right of the editor to export the current sheet. * Swipe from right to left on a group or sheet in the library. * Tap the ellipses (•••) and select Quick Export from the list of available actions. * Manually select the sheets to export by going to the sheets list, tapping Select in the top right, marking the sheets you want to export, and selecting Export at the bottom of the screen. * Or, if you’re a keyboard aficionado, a quick `Command + 6` keyboard shortcut will quickly open the Quick Export window.All five of these methods will bring up a preview of your output. Tap the specified format at the top to switch to another export type and then specify its settings. ...Read more

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