Then click a “+” handle, select the “<>” icon, and paste the URL into the Medium.
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I want to show you what I see, because it’s not quite what you’re describing here. This is from my table view, which I’ve published at it’s own page, available here:

Note: I’m running a few ad-blockers, so perhaps some of your site functionality has been hidden? In any event:

Presumably, I need to click on “Share & Embed”. Here’s what I get when I do:

I never saw any “+” icon like you described. And on the drop-down menu which appears, there are two possible avenues for me to take — that I can tell: “<> Embed” or “Short Link”.

It’s important to note for your users attempting to embed into Medium that Embedly, Medium’s embed provider, does not allow you to paste code. If you do this, it won’t work on Medium.


<div style=’display: inline-block; width: 100%; min-height: 300px;’><div style=’position: relative; padding-bottom: 100%; padding-top:25px; height: 0;’><iframe src=”" style=”border:0;position: absolute; top:0; left:0; width: 100%;height:100%; min-height: 300px;”></iframe></div><div style=’position:relative;margin-top:-33px;margin-bottom:10px;font-size:12px;color:gray;text-align:left;width:50%;text-overflow:ellipsis;overflow:hidden;white-space:nowrap;’>Data from <a target=’_blank’ style=’text-decoration:none;’href=’'></a></div></div>

So I’ll go back to your “Share & Embed” menu and choose “Short Link” instead. Let’s see how that goes:

That appears to work. It may be a good idea for you to revisit your instructions for how Medium users can embed Silks.