Posted on Sunday, October 23rd, 2016 by Toby Sanders
You might be the friend in your group who is subscribed to the internet services everyone else wants. Now you can share your accounts with Access URL.
You’re probably the friend in your group, or the family member who has access to the best online services and others are probably always asking for your password or account information. You either reluctantly give up the information, or ignore everyone’s request. Now there’s Access URL, so you don’t have to give up all of your account information. Start by finding the content you want to share, then click in Chrome’s navigation bar (once you’ve installed it). Next, set an expiration time for security purposes and Access URL will create a link to share. You can then share the link to whoever you want and they’ll have full access to your account until the session expires. Or kick people off, just by signing out of your account. That’s all you have to do to share your account information without actually giving out usernames and passwords. Access URL is the easiest and safest way to share your account information with friends, but still staying in charge of who gets the account and how long it can be used.