Have you been using FileLinked, using other creators store, and always wanted to create your own? Then this tutorial is for you! We will show you how to create your own FileLinked configuration in order to create your own FileLinked store.
Let’s have a quick jump right into the guide!
Create a FileLinked Store
2. Tap on Sign up and fill in the details like: Name, E-mail Address and Password in order to create a personal account on FileLinked.
4. Name your store appropriately and add an optional description that will display within your own FileLinked store.
On the photo shown below we show you how we have created the WebSafetyTips configuration so you can take it as an example:
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Add Files on FileLinked Store
Now you’ve created your new configuration, it’s time to add some files!
You receive a FileLinked code only when you have at least one file added in your store.
Your FileLinked code is an 8-digit unique numeric code that you can share it with friends, family, clients or your users. WebSafetyTips store code is 11111111 but yours can be a random code generated by FileLinked.
Click on Add File in order to add file and you will need to fill out: File name, Description (optional), Download URL, Logo URL (optional).
This is how it looks like when you access WebsafetyTips FileLinked Store:
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