To start, go to the submit page and type the content you wish to publish in the large textbox. This can be a list of links, just text or a mixture of both.
Create lists, bookmarks, blogs, anything else you can think of. See these suggesions for more ideas.
The passcode has two uses, to allow changes after submission and as an identifier. As there are no usernames to go with it, the passcode must be very long to be secure.
Once you have created a passcode while submitting a paste, make sure to keep a copy of it somewhere safe. The passcode is then encrypted through a one way method - impossible
for someone to reverse it. This encrypted version is then shown publicly and is something you can use to identify yourself with.
Clicking the passcode on a paste will show a list of all pastes with the same passcode. Entering your unencrypted passcode into the edit box at the bottom of a paste will allow changes to be made or for the paste to be deleted.
Yes, replace each space with %20
Click the edit button at the bottom of your paste. You must have given a passcode when the paste was created. Enter it here to change the paste's content or link options, title or custom URL.
Only if a link requires https:// to work. If neither is present then all links will have http:// added automatically. Make sure they at least start with www.
Generally, only those which start with http://, https://, ftp:// or www. will be converted. See this guide for a more in-depth answer with examples.
Yes, add << to the end and it will show as plain text. Example: www.google.co.uk<<
The brackets will also be hidden from view.
It does, but as Google owns these sites it doesn't give a redirection warning.
Yes, you can enter it when you create your paste by clicking 'more options'. You can also change it at any time by editing your paste using your passcode.
No, once you remove a passcode it’s gone forever.
Yes, check the delete password button on the page.
Currently this is set to 180,000 characters.
Password timeouts are tied to specific pastes while passcode timeouts are site-wide.
No, pastes created without a passcode are there forever – unless a copyright or claim of unlawful content is made.
Sorry but no, once you submit a passcode we encrypt it though a one-way method called hashing. So even if we wanted to we couldn’t get it back.