Before you can start shortening links, you’ll need to create a Jelly account. It’s a quick process, and shouldn’t take you more than a couple minutes.
When deciding what email to use with Jelly URL, make sure you pick an email address that you check regularly. This email address will be used for account notifications, billing updates, password recovery, and other important messages. If you don’t have access to your email address, you could lose your account.
When creating a password, try to come up with a strong password that does not contain any common words or things that are easy to guess. For example, it would be a bad idea to use your birthdate as your password.
Once you come up with a password, you may want to save it in a password manager so you don’t forget it. It’s generally a bad idea to share your password with other people.
Your account timezone will be used to schedule changes to your destination URLs, so make sure you select the correct timezone.
The timezone options will not include every city in the world, but you should be able to find the name of a large city that is in the same timezone as you.
The last step to create an account is to fill out your payment information. If you are signing up for a free trial, you won’t be charged until the free trial is over, and you can cancel your account at any point before that.