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Never Be Late Again.

LinkJoin helps you join meetings at exactly the right time, even when you forget.

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What is LinkJoin?

LinkJoin is a tool created by a student, for students. Getting to class on time is hard, especially when links are buried deep within other platforms. That's where LinkJoin can help: instead of having to dig through all the assignments, posts, and other content just to find the link to your classes, LinkJoin keeps all your links organized in one place, accessible from anywhere. And the best part is, classes automatically open at the right time! No need to spend your small, precious breaks staring at the clock, waiting for the time to turn to the class for fear of missing it. Just keep LinkJoin open on your computer, and your classes will open all on their own. Keep scrolling to see all the great features that LinkJoin has to offer!
LinkJoin is a website that organizes and automatically opens virtual classes and meetings at the right time. Instead of having links scattered all about the internet and constantly scrambling to find them, you can have them all neatly organized in LinkJoin and have them open on their own.

Auto-join Meetings

In virtual life, it's much too easy to get distracted on the computer and forget to join a meeting. After all, who wants to sit around for the extra 10 minutes before a meeting waiting to join the meeting? With LinkJoin though, your meetings will automatically open at the right time, so you'll never be late again.

Take Notes

Taking notes during a meeting is always a struggle - where do you take them? Where are the notes from the previous meeting? How do you keep track of which notes go to which meeting? That's where LinkJoin comes in: you can take notes on each individual meeting right in LinkJoin, so keeping track of them is a breeze.

Share Links

Without LinkJoin, sending a meeting link guarantees only one thing: your guests will have the link. But what it doesn't guarantee is that they'll remember to join the meeting. That's why LinkJoin offers built-in link sharing, so your guests can add the meeting to their LinkJoin with just the click of a link.

Receive Reminders

Getting distracted at the computer is certainly a problem, but another concern to keep in mind is getting distracted away from the computer. But one thing that you almost always have, regardless of what you're doing, is your phone. That's why LinkJoin sends text reminders to get you to your computer at the right time.

Sort Links

One of the primary benefits of LinkJoin is its ability to store all of your meeting links in one central location, but you can actually expand on that further. To make links as easy as possible to find, you can choose to have them not sorted, as well as sorted by day (Monday-Sunday), time (12am-11pm), or both at once!

Useful For All

The amazing thing about LinkJoin is that it's restricted to no one. Being an independent platform from other meeting software, it works for everyone all of the time. Regardless of whether you're a student, professional, or anything in between, LinkJoin will work with any meetings you can throw at it.

How do I get started?

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Just head over to the signup page and create an account. From there, you'll be redirected to the links page to start scheduling your meetings!

What if I'm not at my computer?

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If you're not at the computer when your link is scheduled to open, it will not open. Your computer being off or asleep will prevent the links from opening on their own, but they can easily be opened when you get back by clicking on them.

What if I don't want my link to open automatically?

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If you just want a convenient place to store your link, but don't want it automatically opened, that's fine! Just click the deactivate button on your link, and it will no longer open on its own.

Why are my links not opening?

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There are a few reasons that your links may not be opening. One of the first things that you should check for is that you have pop-ups for linkjoin.xyz enabled. See the other questions for instructions on how to do this. If you have popups enabled, next take a look at your link on the links page. You should see a day (or multiple) on it. This will look like the common abbreviation of the day (Mon, Tue, etc.) If you don't see any days there, click the edit button to select some days for your link to open on. If all else fails, feel free to send an email to me at [email protected], and I'd be happy to help figure out what's going on!

How do I enable popups in Google Chrome?

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Start by opening the chrome settings by clicking on the three dots in the upper right and selecting settings. Navigate to the privacy and security tab. Select site settings, scroll down, and click on Pop-ups and redirects. Flip the switch at the top to allowed, and you're all good to go!

How do I enable popups in FireFox?

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Start by clicking the hamburger menu at the top right corner and selecting preferences. Once in preferences, navigate to the privacy and security tab. Scroll down to the permissions section, and uncheck the box labeled Block pop-up windows. You're all set!

How do I enable popups in Safari?

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Press ⌘ , to open safari settings. Find and click on the websites tab, and scroll down to the pop-up windows section at the very bottom. Select it, and change the select menu titled When visiting other websites at the bottom to allow. Then, you're all set!

Is my information secure?

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At LinkJoin, all your information is fully encrypted from start to finish. From the second you make an account, your password is hashed, never stored. If you sign up with google, your password is never stored in LinkJoin at all. When you schedule a link, your link info is fully encrypted from end to end, protecting against possible database breaches. Rest assured, your info is safe with LinkJoin.