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Walkthrough of TransferChain Web Application
Walkthrough of TransferChain Web Application
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Written by TransferChain Team
Updated over a week ago

You can easily use the TransferChain Web Application from your browser without downloading or setting up any client.

When you log in to the Web Application, you will land on the "Shared" page (Business Plans) or Storage page (Individual Plans)

On the Shared (Business Plans) section, you can create storage areas for yourself or your team. Individuals you authorize can upload and download files to the respective storage areas.

On the Storage page (Individual Plans) you have the ability to manage your files and folders.

My Cloud section includes storing, sharing, messaging and transferring files, as well as creating file requests. Additionally, searching for files or folders can be done from this section.

File Request: Do you often need to collect important files from others but worry about compromising your privacy and security? Experience the convenience of TransferChain’s file request feature, enabling you to securely collect files from anyone, regardless of whether they have a TransferChain account.

File Transfer: You don't have to compromise convenience for security. Your personal and business information deserves the utmost protection. Through TransferChain, you can share and transfer photos, videos, and other sensitive information without worrying about it falling into the wrong hands.

Messaging: Whether you're discussing business matters or sharing personal information, take control of your privacy. Communicate with peace of mind knowing that your messages are invisible to anyone but you and the intended recipients.

In the profile section, you can reach the admin panel, upgrade your plan, download the desktop application, reach the help page, and logout from your account.

In the notification section, you can track all activity notifications, such as uploads, downloads, messages, and file requests, etc.

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