Each time you shorten a link, it will have an automatically implemented expiration date.

Note: Link Expiration requires the PERSONAL plan.

When a new row with a URL is added, a link is automatically shortened. This allows adding a list of URLs to have them automatically shortened with link expiration.

Straight to the video guide or learn the instruction below:

1. Sign in to your Zapier account.

2. Click Make a Zap.

Note: Automatic link expiration requires choosing Short.io as the "Action" app.

3. Choose the trigger app you want to integrate with. As for example, we've selected Google Sheets.

4. Choose trigger event.

5. Specify a needed Google Spreadsheet.

Note: Your Google Spreadsheet must contain at least 2 rows.

6. Test.

7. Choose Short.cm.

8. Choose an action to happen after the trigger. Here: "Create a short link"

9. Connect your account by inputting your API key. You'll find it here: https://app.short.io/settings/integrations/api-key

10. Now set a template for your future short links.

a) Choose a domain.
b) Specify a long URL.
c) Set the time for Link Expiration. Input date and time you want the links to expire at.

The date formats supported:

  • +3h
  • 5pm tomorrow
  • next friday at noon
  • tomorrow at noon
  • next friday at 7pm
  • 2/13/2014 8pm EST
  • 2014-02-26T16:56 (standard ISO format)
  • 1393462573 (a UNIX timestamp)

11. Send a test to make sure settings are correct. The link expiration will be automatically set in a link-edit window.

12. Remember to turn on the Zap.

Video Guide

Watch a video-guide below to customize the bulk link expiration. The video starts with the 2nd step.

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