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Embeddable Player - Single Episode
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Written by Alexander Brewington
Updated over a week ago

See below for step-by-step instructions.

The Megaphone Embeddable Player allows you to quickly and easily upload your podcasts to a webpage where the audio can be accessed from almost any browser  (desktop, tablet, or mobile). This can either be used as a single episode version (which this article will describe) or a playlist version (see this article for more information). 

Our players are iFrames that need to be embedded by the website manager, who can copy the code into each page's HTML.

1) Find the Embeddable Player for any Episode

Navigate to the Podcast's tab in the left sidebar and click into the relevant podcast. In your list of Episodes, see the “Actions” column on the right hand side of the screen.

Select the Embed icon next to each episode that you wish to copy the embed player for.

Clicking on the Embed icon will open up a modal displaying a sample version of the player:

2) Select Embeddable Player options

You have the option to customize the player by disabling sharing (listeners cannot share the episode via the player), disabling the artwork and selecting a light theme (default is dark theme). You can also have the player start at a specific time. 

If you would like to only embed one player that automatically updates with new episodes, reach out via Live Chat and we can provide you an auto-updating embed code.

3) Copy the embed code

The embed code is a simple iframe. Most developers/webmasters should be able to easily add this to your website. You can close the embeddable player pop up once you've copied the embed code. 

Example of embed code that you can use for testing:

<iframe frameborder="no" height="200" scrolling="no" src="" width="100%"></iframe>

4) Set up Subscription Options for the Embeddable Player.

You can add Subscription Options in the Embeddable Player that will allow people to click through and find your show in Spotify, Apple Podcasts or Google Podcasts. Follow the instructions here!

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