Edit and customize your shortlinks

Customizing your shortlink with labels, targeting, etc.

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Written by Chris B
Updated over a week ago


At the Dashboard > Click on "Links."

Click on Links.

Click on "Active"

Click on Active

You will find all your links in the highlighted area or if you have a bunch you can search them using the Search for Links search bar.

Find the highlighted area, all your links will be here.

To edit, click on the three dots.

Click on the three dots icon.

Click on Edit in the pulldown menu. Note you can also view specific statistics for this link, archive it, and export stats from the menu.

Click on Edit.

Should you ever want to change the URL destination for your shortlink (for example, you've updated your website and have a different page you want this to link to), you can do so here, without having to create a new code.

You can change your URL in this field.

Your shortlink label is randomly generated. You'll likely want to have a unique custom label to easily identify the link, like "orders" or "discount" or "whitepaper" etc. You can add that custom alias here.

Your link will be randomly generated. here you can add a custom alias to make your link say whatever you want it to.

You can add a description to your link to further identify your shortlink. This is a especially helpful when you have a lot of links.

You can add a description to your link so you know why it was created.

You can add Geo Targeting to your links.

You can add Geo Targeting to your links

Click on "Add"

Click on + Add

Select what geographic area(s) you are targeting,

Select what country/states you are targeting,

You can Target specific devices/operating systems.

You can Target specific devices/operating systems.

Select what devices/operating systems you are targeting.

Select what devices/operating systems you are targeting.

You can password protect your link.

You can password protect your link.

You can add an expiration date to your link. Very helpful if it links to a discount coupon, for instance.

You can add an expiration date to you link.

When you are finished, make sure you click on Update Link to save your work.

When you are finished, click on Update Link.

You can copy the link to your clipboard to paste it elsewhere, by clicking the blue button. You can see the system also automatically generates a QR code at the same time for convenience.

You can copy the link by clicking the blue copy button. The top one is for the link and the bottom on is for the QR code that is generated with the link.

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