1 Aug 2007

Sharing files online

If you are using a free email service like I do, I am sure that you are aware of the file size limitations for attachments. So forget about sharing those huge multimedia clips with your friend. This can be really frustrating sometimes when you have to send a big file urgently.

Now, you don't have to worry. I have the perfect solution for you and best of all, it's totally free. I am referring to Driveway's web based online file sharing service.

All you have to do is upload the file (up to a maximum of 500 MB for each upload) and then just send over the 'Parkit' links to your friends or anybody you want to share the document with. You can even post the links up on your blog.

The best and unique feature of this service is that we can edit the shared documents directly on the site. Saves you from all the hassle involved in editing, saving and emailing it back. Yes! The service is multi-user capable. In case you don't want others to edit the file, you can create read only links to send large files as well.

I think you will agree with me when I say that this is a great service.


Anonymous said...

If you want to share your photos, you should try out myDataBus.com; their photo album feature lets you create a photo album and then put a link to the album in an e-mail or on a website. I use it to share pictures of family gatherings. They’re in a nice slideshow format too!

Unknown said...

It's a good thing we have the internet, otherwise developers wouldn't get anywhere.