These days you find QR codes everywhere: in brochures and newspapers, on clothes and kitchenware, on walls and windows, and even on lawns. Some of them are neat and small and some huge and unwieldy.…
Sometimes you just need to undo all you’ve done and start over again, from scratch. From a blank slate. A tabula rasa. It may not always be possible (hardly ever is, actually), but at least we…
URL shortening will never be the same. Today we at once.to announce a massive feature that has just been rolled out: smart links! This new feature opens limitless possibilities of tailoring the…
Another feature landed in the once.to web application: short link passwords. By assigning a password to a link you can now limit the audience that can use it.
once.to dashboard has got a small facelift which makes it a bit easier to manage on a small screen, like a mobile phone. This is how the Dashboard looked like previously on a narrow screen:
A new feature has landed in the once.to web application: an option for ignoring clicks from bots in link statistics. What is it useful for?
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How to create a link with a password and what is it useful for
When you shorten a URL, you get a QR code for its short version, for free
All about making smart links, link rules, and the rule editor
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