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  • What is Sta.sh?
Sta.sh is a new system for submitting art to dA. You can find the link in your 'submit' menu.
  • Why use it?
Main advantages are that you can submit deviations faster, from more places (currently with apps for androidiPhotomaciOS, etc., as well as from email and FTP) and you can keep them private if you want. You can then share it only with those people you want - for example to ask their opinion before submitting it to your gallery.
  • How to submit?
Submitting basically happens in two parts.
  1. Upload the file
    • Image- and other files
Submit files from your computer by clicking Upload to Sta.sh (choose the file from your computer in the popup). Most browsers (at least Chrome, Firefox, Safari) support selecting multiple files at once here, that Sta.sh will then upload one by one into a new stack.
These browsers also support drag and drop for one or more files; open Sta.sh in one window, open your folder with the file(s) in another, and drag the file(s) from the folder to Sta.sh.
    • Literature
For literature, there's Sta.sh Writer ("Write to Sta.sh"). It's a WYSIWYT editor (What You See Is What You Type); this means you can choose if you want to use HTML codes or rich text (or both). In the writer, you can choose to write up your deviation and use the formatting buttons, or paste rich text from somewhere else - say, the Word file where you wrote it. You can also add html codes manually. All formatting in the original file should be transferred over.
    • Muro
There is no option to submit a muro drawing directly to Sta.sh yet. You can however draw in deviantART muro, choose "export image" (under "File"), save the file to your computer and submit it like any other file.
  1. Edit and Publish
Once the file is in your Sta.sh and uploaded, the next you do is edit it! Hover over the thumb in Sta.sh, then go over the title and click "edit". Now you can choose a title, category, licence, etc. In the right hand menu choose whether you want to publish the piece to your gallery and watchers, or leave it hidden as a Sta.sh (untick "my deviantART Gallery" etc.). You can also submit it to a group right there (also allowing you to submit exclusively to a group) or if it has the right specifications, as a print (also allowing you to submit a print without a [public] deviation attached).
  • Stacks
When you submit a bunch of files at once as described above, it automatically becomes a stack. You can also merge deviations into a stack by dragging and dropping a file on top of another, or selecting several files and use "File > Merge Selected". You can also click "Upload Files" on the stack page to add new pieces. To remove a Sta.sh deviation from a stack, go with the mouse over the thumb, and choose "Move to Sta.sh".
  • Sharing
Before publishing, you can share a sta.sh deviation by giving them the "Quick share" link to the top right of the deviation page. You can also share an entire stack the same way.
  • It doesn't work right! D:
Sta.sh, and especially sta.sh writer, are relatively new and in development still. So some hiccups can happen! To report it contact the Help Desk.

Updated 21st March 2012 Visit your sta.sh



See also the FAQs on Sta.sh;
FAQ #440: What is Sta.sh?
FAQ #441: How do I upload to my Sta.sh?
FAQ #442: What is the storage limit of Sta.sh?
FAQ #443: What happens when I reach the storage limit for Sta.sh?
FAQ #444: What happens to my Sta.sh items when my subscription runs out?
FAQ #445: Can I upload anything to Sta.sh?
FAQ #446: Why can't I drag & drop files to my Sta.sh like other users?


I originally wrote this tutorial in Open Office (also to test the copy-paste from there to stash writer:dummy:) and this tutorial is so concise that it fits on one A4 page there :P (though I did make some edits since)


If you want to give your opinion on the feature please do so on one of the Site Update Blogs at #hq so that your voice will be heard :D But feel free to comment on the tutorial here, or ask me questions if something isn't clear ^^;

^namenotrequired
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(And I'm aware it says 1. twice - that appears to be a bug :B)
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The 'Simple Stash Tutorial' is a concise and comprehensive usage guide describing the new (beta) Stash Feature in dA. The procedure, as outlined, is written in clear, understandable terms. The amount of detail neither under- nor overwhelms the reader (of English). The author has demonstrated that he has a working knowledge of the process and an understanding of the audience this piece addresses.
Tha author has taken care to proof the document for spelling and syntax errors. (suggestion: substitute "once" for "when" in the opening sentence under 'Edit & Publish'). The style is comfortable and flows easily from beginning to end. Written at an intermediate comprehension level that will not challenge or insult the reader.
Anyone who is minimally familiar with uploading should be able to achieve success with a single reading.
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kyuurii Featured By Owner 3 days ago  New member Student Digital Artist
is there a way to make a folder or something to share all of you stash images at one time?
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:iconnamenotrequired:
namenotrequired Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Student Interface Designer
You can select all the files and then in the "file" menu choose "merge selected into stack". You can share the stack then :)
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Master-of-the-Boot Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Writer
Do you know how to add youtube videos and pictures to my journals?
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:iconnamenotrequired:
namenotrequired Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Student Interface Designer
Yep! Click "link" to the top and paste the URL ^^
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redwolf99999 Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
How do you view your Sta.sh on a mobile device?
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:iconnamenotrequired:
namenotrequired Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2014  Student Interface Designer
By going to sta.sh on a mobile browser :) does that not work for you?
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:iconredwolf99999:
redwolf99999 Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I just don't know how to access my sta.sh on a mobile device. I don't like KNOW HOW TO FIND IT. XD
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namenotrequired Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2014  Student Interface Designer
Where does it go wrong? Are you able to find any other site?
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mirtar34 Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Anyone know any idea on exiting a piece of muro artwork without actually saving it?
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namenotrequired Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014  Student Interface Designer
Muro saves what you do automatically; if you want it to not save something you did, you can use the undo option so it saves the version you had before that action :)
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