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Simple Social Sharing for Nuxt 3

Release Notes

🌟 Features

  • Provides a minimal config <SocialShare> component
  • The component is unstyled by default for easy integration in any design
  • Optional styled version, that can still be further customized
  • A useSocialShare composable is exposed, to provide even more flexibility if needed
  • Many major social networks supported

πŸ› οΈ Quick Setup

  1. Add @stefanobartoletti/nuxt-social-share dependency to your project
npx nuxi@latest module add nuxt-social-share
  1. Nuxi should have already added @stefanobartoletti/nuxt-social-share to the modules section of nuxt.config.ts, if not add it manually:
export default defineNuxtConfig({
  // module added by Nuxi
  modules: [
  // optional configuration, should be added manually
  socialShare: {
    // module options

That's it! You can now use Nuxt Social Share in your Nuxt app ✨

🎨 Using the <SocialShare> component

The <SocialShare> component provides a share button for a single social network, that you must select with the network prop; you will need to use it as many times as your total needed networks.

<!-- Basic use -->
<SocialShare network="facebook" />

<SocialShare network="twitter" />

<SocialShare network="linkedin" />

<!-- Customization with props -->
<SocialShare network="facebook" :styled="true" :label="false" />

The component will render by default the following minimal HTML:

  class="social-share-button social-share-button--{network}"
  href="{share url}"
  style="--color-brand: {network brand color};"
  aria-label="Share with {network}"
  <svg class="social-share-button__icon">{...}</svg>
  <span class="social-share-button__label">Share</span>

An additional social-share-button--styled class will be added to the <a> element if :styled="true", while the <span> element will not be rendered if :label="false".


  • The component comes unstyled by default, only providing some minimal flex properties to correctly align icon and label.
  • Every button has a social-share-button--{network} class and a local --color-brand CSS variable based on the selected social network; you can use them to customize your styles.
  • It is also possible to use Tailwind to style the component. Applied classes that will be passed down to the <a> element.
  • These customizations are also possible when using the styled version.
  • The only required prop is network, other like styled or label are best set from the module options (see 'Configuration' below)
  • The component only provides a single share button. As you will typically need to use more of them at once, you should place them inside a wrapper to distribute them according to your design.
  • In order to avoid duplicate code when using many instances of the component, especially if you need to customize it, a wise approach is to iterate it with v-for and an array of the needed networks.

A common use when using i.e. Tailwind could be as follows:

<div class="flex flex-row gap-2">
    v-for="network in ['facebook', 'twitter', 'linkedin', 'email']"
    class="p-4 rounded-none"


Name Required Type Default Notes
network Yes String none The social network or messaging service where the content should be shared. This is required for the component to work. A list of the supported networks is available below.
styled No Boolean false Whether the component should be styled or not. It is false by default to allow for easier custom styling. Additional customization is possible also when set to true (*).
label No Boolean true Whether the text label should be rendered or not. It is true by default, when set to false only the icon will be displayed (*).
url No String the current page URL The URL that will be shared on the selected social network. Defaults to the current page address. On most cases you don't need another value, but if you need a different value, you can set it with this prop.
title No String none Title used as a parameter of the sharing URL in supported networks. Optional, see the "Supported Networks" table below
user No String none Username used as parameter of the sharing URL in supported networks. Optional, see the "Supported Networks" table below
hashtags No String none Hashtags used as parameter of the sharing URL in supported networks. Optional, see the "Supported Networks" table below
image No String none Image path used as parameter of the sharing URL in supported networks. Optional, see the "Supported Networks" table below


(*) It is also possible to globally set this property from the module options. It is available also as a prop to allow a different behavior on a single instance of the component.

πŸ”© Using the useSocialShare composable

Using the customizable component should cover almost every use case, but if needed the useSocialShare composable can be directly accessed for even more flexibility. This composable is used internally to create the <SocialShare> components.

Like the component, one instance of useSocialShare should be used for every needed share.

An options object should be passed as an argument, like in the following example:

<script setup>
// Basic minimal use
const shareFacebook = useSocialShare({ network: 'facebook' })

// All possible options
const shareFacebook = useSocialShare({
  network: 'facebook', // Required!
  url: '', // Optional, defaults to current page URL if not provided
  title: 'My Custom Title', // Optional, see the "Supported Networks" table below
  user: 'twitter_user', // Optional, see the "Supported Networks" table below
  hashtags: 'list,of,hashtags', // Optional, see the "Supported Networks" table below
  image: '', // Optional, see the "Supported Networks" table below

It will return the following object:

  "name": "facebook", // Name of the selected social network
  "shareUrl": "", // Sharing url
  "icon": {
    "viewBox": "0 0 24 24",
    "path": "M14 13.5h2.5l1-4H14v-2c0-1.03 0-2 2-2h1.5V2.14c-.326-.043-1.557-.14-2.857-.14C11.928 2 10 3.657 10 6.7v2.8H7v4h3V22h4z"
  }, // SVG Icon attributes
  "color": "#0866FF" // Main brand color of the selected network

You can then use some or all the returned properties, according to your project setup and requirements.

πŸŽ›οΈ Configuration

Module options can be set from the socialShare key in nuxt.config.ts:

export default defineNuxtConfig({
  // optional configuration
  socialShare: {
    // module options

Available options:

Name Type Default Notes
styled Boolean false Whether the <SocialShare> components should be styled or not. It is false by default to allow for easier custom styling (*).
label Boolean true Whether the text label in the <SocialShare> components should be rendered or not. It is true by default, when set to false only the icon will be displayed (*).


(*) It can be set also on a single component level via props, but it is usually better to set this from the module options to create your defaults, and override it with props only if needed.

↗️ Supported networks

A list of the currently supported networks and of their URL parameters

parameters can be used by passing the respective prop in the component or in the composable. Passing props to a network that does not support it won't have any effect.

Social Network url title user hashtags image Notes
facebook βœ… ❌ ❌ ❌ ❌
twitter βœ… βœ”οΈ βœ”οΈ βœ”οΈ ❌ user is the X username mentioned in the post. hashtags is string, use a "comma separate values" format to pass multiple values
linkedin βœ… ❌ ❌ ❌ ❌
pinterest βœ… βœ”οΈ ❌ ❌ βœ”οΈ
reddit βœ… βœ”οΈ ❌ ❌ ❌
bluesky βœ… ❌ ❌ ❌ ❌
pocket βœ… ❌ ❌ ❌ ❌
whatsapp βœ… βœ”οΈ ❌ ❌ ❌
telegram βœ… βœ”οΈ ❌ ❌ ❌
skype βœ… βœ”οΈ ❌ ❌ ❌
line βœ… ❌ ❌ ❌ ❌
email βœ… βœ”οΈ ❌ ❌ ❌ title is used in the subject, url in the body of the email

βœ… = Supported, has a default value if not provided βœ”οΈ = Supported, it won't be used int the final sharing url if not provided ❌ = Not supported


Currently I have only included networks that I personally use and that I have tested to be working.

Contributions to add more networks are welcome, but keep in mind that PR will be accepted only for networks that have a documentation available in English among other languages.

🀝 Contributing


If you want to contribute you can start by reading the Contributing guidelines.

  • Clone this repository
  • Enable Corepack using corepack enable
  • Install dependencies using pnpm install
  • Run pnpm dev:prepare to generate type stubs.
  • Use pnpm dev to start playground in development mode.

πŸ“ License


Β© 2023-present Stefano Bartoletti