How do I Embed Sway in SharePoint?

SharePoint and Microsoft Sway are found to be quite similar by most users, however there are some differences that make each and every application unique. Moreover, inserting a Sway into SharePoint is possible considering that some features and tools only have quite a few differences.

How do I embed Sway in SharePoint?

When it comes to embedding a Sway in SharePoint, it is a must to follow some quick and easy steps.

  • Step 1: Get your Embedded Code from your Sway Page

    de15404ca950da592a0c794bdc1872d75060ef7bIn your Microsoft Sway page, click on “Share” to tap on “Get Embed Code” from its prompt window.

  • Step 2: Edit Your SharePoint Page

    cb076e5089e2b1beb567628d0f64fc138449ff33Now, go to your SharePoint page and click on the slide or space where you want to place in your Sway and proceed to click “Edit” located on the left pane of your screen.

  • Step 3: Finishing Embedding Touches

    183ec1e431cdea6ed44f6bdb8a140ab2d5a7b020Once you are finished with Step 2, immediately click “Add webpart” and proceed to “Embed webpart” for you to paste your copied Sway link in the box. Finally, click “Save”.


What is a Hyperlink?

Hyperlink is a live link from a document or file that you can copy and paste into another page or website.

Can I embed Hyperlinks in Microsoft Sway?

Yes. You can embed hyperlinks in Microsoft Sway just by activating the “Embed” card and pasting in your copied embedded code.

Is Microsoft Sway User-friendly?

Yes. Microsoft Sway is designed to be user-friendly considering its many simple tools that could eventually help a user make more sophisticated yet clear presentations.

Can I Print My Microsoft Sway Output?

Yes. You can print any of your Microsoft Sway output just by clicking the three dotted icon on the top right corner of your screen and then click “Print” from its drop-down menu.

Can I Insert a File to my Microsoft Sway Output?

Yes. You can insert any type of file into your Microsoft Sway Output considering it’s from Microsoft 365 thus supporting different other Microsoft document types as well.