You've got a number of options for sharing your completed Table with your colleagues, including sending them a direct hyperlink. A great way to use that link is to place it into an iframe into SharePoint Online so your colleagues can see your Table where they already are, without having to leave.
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To perform this action, you'll need to be the Site Owner of the SharePoint site in question or work with the Site Owner to make the updates. This example is being done in the SharePoint Online Modern Experience, but it works just as well (albeit slightly differently) in the Classic Experience.
Ensure your site accepts external links
By default, SharePoint only allows internal and certain Microsoft and Google URLs to be embedded in SharePoint via iframe. You have to check to make sure your Table can be included and if not, update your settings.
- In the SharePoint site you want to add the Table, click Gear > Site information > View all site settings > HTML Field Security.
- It makes things much easier for future iframe embedding to select Allow contributors to insert iframes from any domain.
- However, IT/SharePoint administrators may not be open to this. As an alternative, you can select Allow contributors to insert iframes only from the following domains and add pro.jumpto365.com and app.jumpto365.com to your list of approved domains.
- Click OK.
- Browse to the page you want to embed your Table on.
Embed your Table
- Make sure you've published your Table, then click Share > Copy link and copy the hyperlink for your Table.
- Paste the URL you just copied into this code between the quote marks: <center><iframe id="#periodictable" src="YOUR_URL_HERE" style="overflow:hidden;border-style: hidden;" width="800" height="600"></iframe></center>
- Copy the completed code from the previous step.
- Browse to your SharePoint page. Edit the page. Click the new web part Plus > Embed.
- Paste the code from step 2 and place it in the embed box. Your Table should load live without you doing anything.
- Enable Resize to fit the page; it usually helps minimize white space.
- Adjust the pixel height and width (provided as 800 and 600 pixels, respectively, in step 2) to maximize the space provided. It may take some adjusting to get just right.
- Click Publish.
- Adjust the sizing as necessary.
What if I have an issue embedding?
If you run into an embed error in SharePoint, you'll have to reach out to your SharePoint administrator. Some organizations lock down the ability to embed external web pages. You can always request an exception. You have good justification.