Your WeTransfer page is many things but, first and foremost, your page is your own version of WeTransfer. Your page is a personal subdomain you can brand to your liking. A page for other people to send you transfers up to 200 GB with WeTransfer Pro or transfers with no file size limit with WeTransfer Premium. A place that you can control. Let's take a little tour, shall we?
The URL for your own WeTransfer page
When signing up for a WeTransfer subscription, you will need to claim your very own subdomain. This gives you a personal page within the WeTransfer ecosystem where you can send your friends or clients to download transfers you have sent them. Just make sure you're logged into your WeTransfer account first, to be sure that you're sending them the correct link! When you send your friends or clients to your page URL, transfers they upload to you will be available for four weeks instead of the seven days the free service offers. Lots of time to download them!
Your WeTransfer page is a public URL, designed to be shared and distributed to as many people as possible. Anyone who visits your WeTransfer page can see your verified email address. Your email address will be shown on the page so people can trust that their files will be sent to you. This doesn't mean others have access to your uploads or other personal details concerning your Pro account, and it doesn't mean that Google or other search engines can index your website, so nobody is going to be able to search for your page.
Now, to brand your page there's the option to upload up to five backgrounds of choice. If you'd like to know how, check out how to set up backgrounds. While we're on the subject, there's also the option of adding an email background and an avatar to further spruce things up a bit.
If you'd like to get more of an insight into what you can do with WeTransfer Pro, feel free to explore the rest of our WeTransfer Pro and Premium help articles, or get in touch with our super-friendly Support team here.