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Sharing and Downloading Studies

Sharing Studies

You can share deidentified studies seamlessly with anyone.

To share a study on a computer:

  1. Log into Butterfly Cloud using your Butterfly credentials.
  2. Select the study you wish to share.
  3. On the top right of the screen, is a box with an arrow coming out of it. Click that image.
  4. Copy the deidentified study link to share via email or any other platform.

To share a study from the app:

  1. Log into your Butterfly app and click your avatar in the top left corner of your app.
  2. Navigate to the archive in which your study is saved, then select the study you wish to share.
  3. On the top right of the screen is a box with an arrow coming out of it. Click that box. From there, you can choose to share the study via a direct text message or copy the link. Once copied, you can paste that link into a text message, email, or post anywhere.

Downloading Studies

You can download full studies as PDFs, or download individual images and cines as .png or .mp4 files, respectively. Study PDFs may include patient-identifying information. Images and videos are deidentified.

To download a study as a PDF:

  1. Log into cloud.butterflynetwork.com on a computer.
  2. Select the archive your study is in, then select the study.
  3. Select the three dots on the top right corner of the screen.
  4. Select "Create PDF."
  5. Select the content you wish to include in the study PDF. If you want to include all content, select all options.
    • Only administrators can download PDFs that include patient information. PDFs downloaded by team members will include no PHI.
  6. Select Download to download the study as a PDF.

Please note that if cines are included in the PDF study, the PDF will include one frame of each cine, with a link to view the cines in Butterfly Cloud.

To download an individual image or video:

  1. Log into cloud.butterflynetwork.com on a computer.
  2. Select the archive your study is in, then select the study.
  3. Select the image or clip to download.
  4. On the bottom right corner of the image or clip, click Download.
  5. Follow the instructions on the screen.
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