There are still people around who are not familiar with computers. Anyone can be a tech novice, regardless of age or gender.
I often receive such inquiries.
How do I send a file?
How do I attach files via email?
The most terrifying question is this.
The file is too large to send… What should I do?**
Ah… There are numerous ways that come to mind, but I’m not confident in explaining them.
Do you really need to spend over 20 minutes on digital training just to download a single file?
Using Filekiwi, you can be free from this issue.
The usage is simple. First, create a Webfolder. Think of a Webfolder as a file box where you can store files.
Doing so will create a Webfolder. Copy the address to forward to next.
Now, you just need to share the Webfolder address and request the recipient.
Please put the file here.
It’s over. It’s similar to a web hard drive, but you don’t need to share your username and password with anyone.
No explanation needed.
Once the recipient clicks the Select files button to choose, it’s done. There are no restrictions, including file size limits.
Files are transferred securely encrypted.
When the other party adds a file, it will be displayed in the list in real time.
Now, even the most computer-illiterate person can easily receive files.
In fact, this feature isn’t just for the computer illiterate. What’s easy for a computer novice is easy and convenient for everyone.
Anyone can easily receive the file.
Additionally, it can be used as a channel for exchanging files, not just for one-time transfers. A method where both you and the other person can upload and share in real time.
Try using Filekiwi for easy file requests.
If. If you need to receive files from multiple people but must prevent them from seeing each other’s files (like resumes or portfolios), please refer to the information below.
Receive files (resumes, portfolios, reports…) from people with a simple new method - no email needed.