Frequently Asked Questions

What is this service? is a website that allows for you to share your messages how they were meant to be seen. Rather than sending hideous and difficult to read logs, pasting them into our website allows for them to be easily shared and read.

Which platforms do you support?

Currently we only support Discord and Slack formatting. We’re planning on adding new platforms to be supported in the future including Skype and Telegram. If you have any suggestions please provide them through the ‘Contact Us’ button in the footer of the site.

What benefits do I receive from signing up?

If you sign up to you will be able to format longer logs (up to 1Mb), give your formats a title, view your format history, delete any formats you make, create self-destructing formats that will be deleted after one view, set formats to automatically be removed after a number of days and can beta test new features added to the site before guests.

Are my formatted messages private?

Although formats are not encrypted, they will never be viewed by us unless they have been reported. Unlike other websites, our formats all have very long URLs and cannot be bruteforced, so as long as your format isn’t reported only people you share it with will ever be able to see it.

How does your API work?

To utilise our API, you'll need to copy your API Token that's found in your settings page - you'll need to supply this token inside of your API-Token header.

How do you make money?

At the moment, we don’t. And that’s okay. This project is a utility developed to help as many people as possible, and so it is always going to be free to use. We’re never going to introduce a paid subscription plan for basic features. Maybe in the future we can look into placing ads if hosting becomes too costly, but that’s something to worry about later.

I have a question, how can I contact you?

Please use the ‘Contact Us’ button at the bottom of every page with your question and we will respond to it as soon as possible.

Share your messages how they were meant to be seen.