Vine is the entertainment network where the world's stories are captured, created and remixed. It's where ideas, stories and personalities can get really big, really fast—creating trends and influencing culture. On Vine, there's never a dull moment.

This website provides content and guidelines that you can use when highlighting Vine content and referencing the Vine brand. 

Displaying Vine content



When showing Vines on air, you must include the creator's name, the caption and the Vine logo. Here is the template for displaying Vines on television.

When possible, display the creator's profile photo, as well as the timestamp and (if available) location data.


When displaying Vines on your website, use our embeds to provide the best experience to your audience. Our embeds include relevant information like the creator's name, loops, the caption, and more. Plus, people can interact with our embeds in much the same way they interact with Vines in our apps.

To get the code, click the "..." menu on any Vine on vine.co and select "Embed". From there, you can choose the embed type, size, and more.


If you are displaying a still representation of a Vine (for example, an image of a Vine in a publication), make sure you are using a real Vine and that the represented information is accurate.

The Vine in the image should be real and, similar to broadcast display, it should include the creator's name, the caption and the Vine logo. When possible, display the creator's profile photo, as well as the timestamp and (if available) location data. 

User Permission

We recommend obtaining user permission to use any third party Vines. Vine and Twitter cannot provide permission—you'll need to contact the user directly. Some people have had luck sending the creator a message on Vine. You can find the messages icon in the top right corner of the app.   

Of course, if you own the accounts in question, you are free to use/display the Vines wherever you'd like so long as they comply with our guidelines listed above.

Product screenshots

Naming applications

If you are creating a product, app, website or other service that uses or interacts with Vine, then you should use a unique name, logo and design that cannot be confused with the Vine brand. You should not apply for any trademarks or domains that include the Vine name or any other variations of Vine that could be confusingly similar.

Other things to know

The Vine logo should not be modified, altered or used in a confusing way. For example: Don't suggest sponsorship or endorsement by Vine and don't confuse Vine with another brand.

Use only the official, unmodifiable files to represent the Vine brand.

The Vine logo should not be used on any merchandise.

Do not use the Vine logo in your avatar on any mobile or web service.

Vine reserves the right to cancel, modify, or change permission of logo and brand assets at any time at its sole discretion. For further information about use of the Vine name or trademarks, please contact trademarks@vine.co.


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