FAQ & Support

Email support at support@cheftap.com

If you are having problems with ChefTap, please be in touch. We’d be grateful for the feedback and happy to help you out.

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FAQs

Sharing and Exporting Recipes

How do I email a recipe?

Open ChefTap on your device, then open the recipe you’d like to email to someone.

Android

Tap the share icon at the top of the screen

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A dialog will pop up that lets you choose which app to send the recipe to. Tap your email app and then tap the button labeled “Just Once” to open your email app with the recipe in the body of the email.

Android didn’t let me choose an app

If you tap the share icon and Android doesn’t let you choose an app, but automatically opens some other app, that means that at some point, you’ve set that app to open every time you share from ChefTap. To undo that, open the system settings app on your device and find your application manager. Open the app settings for ChefTap.

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Scroll down to the section labeled ‘Launch by default’ and then tap the button labeled “Clear defaults”. This will cause ChefTap to pop up a dialog when you tap the share button in a recipe. Remember to tap the “Just Once” button when sharing.

iOS

Tap the share icon in the toolbar or at the top of the screen if you’re running ChefTap on an iPad.

 

 

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Then tap the mail icon in the dialog that pops up.

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How do I export my recipes out of ChefTap?

You can export your recipes from ChefTap into either plain text or simple HTML.

Note: If you are switching devices, don’t use the Export function. Just sign in to the app on your new device and tap Sync. All recipes that you have on the site will be downloaded.

Android:

  1. From the recipe list, tap your device’s Menu button, then Export.
  2. Select whether you would like text or HTML.
  3. Your recipes will be exported into the directory ChefTap/Export.

Apple iOS:

  1. From the recipe list, tap the Menu button in the upper right corner, then Export Recipes.
  2. Confirm that you would like to export your recipes.
  3. Select whether you would like text or HTML.
  4. Your exported recipes will be put into a .zip file.  You will see an option to share this file with other apps. To email the .zip file to yourself, select the Mail app.