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Users can easily shorten links from their bookmarks.
- From the User page, hover over the links you wish to shorten, and click the "More" button.
- Click "Shorten."
A window will open, displaying the short link and options to share or/and modify it.
If a link is already shortened, the option will state "Shortened" and the icon will look line this . You can click it to to view options that allow you to edit, share, view statistics, and/or delete.
You can use numbers, the symbol "-", and English letters (both lowercase and uppercase) for short links. However, keep in mind that short links are case-sensitive.
From the User page, click the "Tools" button in the top navigation bar, and then click the "Short Links."
From the new window, you can view, email, and copy your short links.
There is no limit to the number of links you can shorten.
No, your short links will not expire. You have full control over your short links, and they remain active as long as you have an active account, and the original link is not deleted.
Yes, you can update your short links. Simply follow the same steps you used to create the short link. Please note that visitors who accessed the previous short link will not automatically reach your updated link unless you share the updated short link with them.
Yes, CarryLinks provides tracking information that allow you to monitor the performance of your shortened links.
You can view statistics such as the number of clicks, device information, system details, browser data, languages, city, country, and time. To access this information, follow the same steps you used to create the short link. Then, click the button and select "Statistics."
Yes. Simply follow the same steps you used to create the short link. Then, click the button and select "Delete."
To reveal the long link of any short link on tini.sh, use the Link Revealer tool.
Before a short link is created, the target link is checked for any unsafe data. If unsafe data is found, the link is not shortened. However, please keep in mind that CarryLinks does not gurantee that unsafe content does not exist on third-party websites.