Tip: Avoid Overuse Fees

Every FilesDIRECT account comes with a “built-in” amount of file transfer that can be used every month (except for the Pay As You Go (PAYG) plan, obviously), and any file transfers that exceed that amount are charged overuse fees (on … Continue reading

How To Send Large Files Using FilesDIRECT

Here is our training video on how to use our send screen. How To Send Files from Files DIRECT on Vimeo.

The True Cost of Commuting

Commuting can be expensive - more expensive than most people realize. Thanks to this handy infographic from Streamline Refinance (put together with data from Y Combinator and Mr. Money Mustache) we can now get a better idea of how much … Continue reading

When should I start using FilesDIRECT?

Start sending and receiving files risk-free through FilesDIRECT today with our 30 day free trial

What are the system requirements for running the FilesDIRECT application?

You can send, store and receive large files with FilesDIRECT from any computer with an Internet connection and a web browser. There is no software to install.

What does Transfer Limit mean?

The transfer limit is the amount of data included for sent and received files through your account. Just like a cellphone data plan, additional fees will apply based on usage over and above the transfer limit. An account holder can … Continue reading

Can I upload a file and send it in one step?

Our “Direct Send” feature lets you upload files, and then send them automatically after the upload has finished, in one easy step.

Can I send files using FilesDIRECT?

You can send files to anyone with an email address with just a few mouse clicks, and you can send files either directly from your computer or files that you’ve previously uploaded to your FilesDIRECT account. Just choose who you … Continue reading

Is FilesDIRECT a file sharing service?

No, FilesDIRECT is an online file transfer program. It allows users to send large files and receive large files directly to and from anyone over the Internet. Unlike file sharing sites, no one except the account holder or designated recipients … Continue reading