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The Kipy team’s answers to frequently asked questions

To share a document, select the three dots to the right of the document and then select the “Share document” button. Enter the email of the recipient, select the sharing time (1 day, 7 days, etc.) and choose whether to give the recipient the option to share it again.

If you want to give more security to your sharing, you can add a watermark and/or a personal Pin.
When finished, select the ‘Share’ button.

Remember: you are the owner of your documents, which is why Kipy gives you the possibility to modify the share at any time by extending or revoking it, adding a watermark or a Pin.

Of course! Go to the archive and click on , select the documents you are interested in and click on “Share”. Now choose the ‘+’ icon to add the e-mails of all the recipients to whom you wish to share your files. To continue, refer to the steps described in the previous question.”

If you want to send the document to a person who has not yet started using Kipy, don’t worry, you can share it anyway.

Just follow the same procedure as described in the previous point. The recipient will receive a link to the sent document by e-mail. The document will only remain active for the period you have set.

Of course! When sharing a document you can choose how long to make it visible. You can choose between:

  • 1 day
  • 7 days
  • 15 days
  • 30 days
  • forever.

In this way you will avoid leaving your personal documents in the hands of strangers for a period not desired by you.

Security is one of Kipy’s core values.
We were also guided by this principle when developing the sharing methodology.

The owner of the app has full control over the documents. All actions performed on the documents are tracked.
For instance, you will be notified when the recipient opens the documents you have shared.
In addition, shared documents remain in the App’s cloud without the risk of them falling into the wrong hands.

For a higher level of security, you have two additional tools at your disposal:

  • The watermark – a text or logo to be superimposed on the document as if it were a stamp. In this way, you can ensure that important documents are not misused. The recipient can thus view the document without being able to reuse it;
  • The Pin – an auto-generated four-digit code from the app that is sent to the recipient by email.

If the recipient does not have Kipy, he will receive the link to the document by e-mail. If the recipient has Kipy, he will be able to view and manage the document in the “Sharing” section of the archive.

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