This article gives you an overview of the ways you can share your reports.
To learn more about sharing data sources, see this article.
How to share
To share, view the asset you want to share, then in the upper right, use the Share menu:
Invite people to view or collaborate
You can invite specific people or Google Groups to view or edit reports and data sources. Only those people or members of those groups can access your Data Studio assets. You can also share more broadly by turning on link sharing. This lets anyone in your organization or on the web view your Data Studio assets, even if they don't have a Google account.
Learn more about inviting people and link sharing.
Schedule email delivery
You can send a PDF of your Data Studio report to yourself and your stakeholders on a regular basis by setting up an email delivery schedule. Learn more about email delivery.
Download as PDF
Save a snapshot of your report by downloading it as PDF. You can then share the file offline via email, print it, archive it on disk, or do anything else you can do with PDF files. Learn more about downloading as PDF.
Get a link to your report
You can generate a short URL to a Data Studio report to share, use in web pages, or do anything else you can do with links. The link can include the report's current settings, such as filters and date ranges. Learn more about getting a report link.
Embed a report in another site
Embedding your reports lets you integrate your data stories into a broader context. You can embed into Google Sites, or any iframe-enabled website. You can also add your reports to social media platforms that support oEmbed, such as Reddit and Medium. Learn more about embedding.
Share reports on social media
You can share Data Studio reports on social media platforms like Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, or Slack, or on chat applications like Hangouts, and iMessage. Just make sure others can view the report, then copy and paste the report link into the app. Learn more about sharing on social media.