Taylor is a musician in the Chicago area and is going to soon be making her big debut. She is releasing her first EP and is still seeking feedback from industry professionals. With Hightail, she can post a public link to her song on her Facebook page and Twitter to attract fans and feedback.
Taylor sends the mp3 file to her producer, which then generates a link.
From here, Taylor can now paste the link to her song on Facebook, Twitter, blogs, or any other social media platforms.
It’s important to note that unless you place restrictions on the file using our security options, your link will be available to everyone for download. However, with our Security Return Receipt, you can track how many times your file has been downloaded and by whom. For more information, visit our Plans and Sign Up page.
Now that you're a master at sharing through social media, learn how to track who has downloaded your files. Want to make sure only certain people are able to access your files? Check out this tech tip on Verifying Recipient Identity.
Since last week was Valentine’s Day and we love our customers so much, we made it a priority to increase the file size limit for sending. Professional users will now be able to send files up that are up to 10GB in size! You can find the list of supported browsers here.
That being said, there are a few exceptions to every rule. We want to be transparent with our users, so if you are unable to send a 10GB file, please check out the limitations below:
We welcome and encourage feedback from you! Please post below with any questions or comments.
If you’re accustomed to the semi-tedious task of scrolling down a PDF from your default Safari browser, I’d like to introduce you to a new point of view! In our latest iOS release (v3.5), you can now open large PDF files from your iPhone or iPad and switch between thumbnails and full-page views to jump around the document.
Say you're comparing costs for an upcoming cruise (is it too early to start thinking about spring break?) You're surfing the net on your iPad and come across your dream vacation--a trip through the Greek Isles. You begin comparing travel brochures, but tap this new "Open in Hightal" button appearing in the upper righthand corner:
This launches the Hightail app. You upload the PDF into your Travel folder for later reference, and then tap the icon in the top right corner, and notice there are several pages of the PDF. With the new PDF landscape, you can eyeball the pages of the brochure, and tap on an individual page to access the content on that page.
The app also supports hyperlinks and modern layouts, so you're not being redirected through Safari. If you click on an embedded media link, it will open right inside the PDF.
Now launch the app, log in and enjoy
Read more about our v3.5 release in our blog post.
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