I sign in before sending, to link the shortcut to my account.
The shortcut can significantly reduce the length of a web link, making it easier to memorize and share. For example, the link https://wikidurable.org/sujets/produits-menagers/lessive-machine will be reduced to http://run.as/4n7v2f! To make it even easier, we suggest you to choose this shortcut or decrease its number of signs, such as http://run.as/papa or http://run.as/o! Public shortcut is by nature accessible to everyone, it is dangerous to set confidential links, see our Disclaimer. So, we have responded to this problem by creating the Private shortcut which you are the only one to see the content.
Wherever you want! On a poster, letterhead, business card, web page, email, book, magazine, etc. You can even use the Qrcode provided with the shortcut as you like! It's hard to make it simpler.
Anyone who wants, whether the shortcuts are free or paid.
Regarding the free shortcut (6 random characters), by definition, no. The choice of the shortened (less than 6 signs or free choice depending on availability) is paying. The shortcut must be renewed every year, otherwise it is deactivated and made available for purchase.
You can create a user account. This account will allow you to link your shortcuts (free or paid), to purchase credits in order to create paying shortcuts, modify the links to your shortcuts, according to your needs and other services that we let you discover in the dashboard. To improve security, you can add the domain name and/or the extension (set automatically when creating the shortcut) of the original link, eg http://run.as/marredesradars.fr/3mg3b9.pdf, this may reassure the user, knowing that he/she needs only to type the shortcut name (3mg3b9), look at the shortcut http://run.as/en/preview/3mg3b9 that shows you all the possibilities.
Each created shortcut comes with a Qrcode (barcode 2D). Free shortcuts contains run.as logo but not the paying ones. This Qrcode is royalty free and you can use it on all your media.