# FAQ entries tagged #LINE Share button

Use of the LINE Share button is prohibited on websites that lead to illegal products/services, adult/excessively violent content, or spam sites. Refer to the guidelines for details.

If you want to add the LINE Share button to native apps, refer to the Using LINE features with the LINE URL scheme page, not the LINE Social Plugins page.

There is no feature for viewing the history of the websites you've shared.

The LINE Share button lets you share URLs and text. You can share the URL of a website with photos or videos, but you can't share photos or videos directly.

Yes, you can use a custom icon that you made for the LINE Share button. For information on how to set your own button icon, see the Using custom icons.

When designing your button icon, make sure to refer to the design guide.

Yes, the LINE Share browser extension makes sharing selected text easy. After installing the extension on the Chrome or Whale browser, you can select text and quickly share it with the LINE Share feature.

Download the LINE Share extension for Chrome here (opens new window).

Download the LINE Share extension for Whale here (opens new window).

Content appears in the Keep Memo chat room only when you share it from a mobile device and select Keep Memo.

If you share content from a PC and select Keep, that content is saved in Keep and not in the Keep Memo chat room.

• To check saved content on LINE for PC: Click the Keep icon at the top left of LINE for PC.

• To check saved content on your smartphone: From the Home tab on LINE, tap your profile at the top of the screen > Keep.

A "blocked by CORS policy" error message may appear and the share counter API may not work in some cases. If you see this error, it means the API is restricted due to the same-origin policy, which is meant to prevent other origin resources on the internet from being accessed.

When using a custom icon, a server-side request is required for the share counter API to work.

If you have any questions about this or any other error, contact us (opens new window).

It's possible the character encoding is incorrect. Check to make sure that you shared percent-encoded text with UTF-8 character encoding.