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Temporary paste bin for sharing text notes. Simply copy and paste some text and get a short TinyPaste link pointing to the shared text. Post this link on Twitter, add it to emails, chat messages… anywhere. Of course you can always email the stuff on your own, but TinyPaste makes it a bit easier. Especially for something that needs to be shared with several people over and over. Or for sites like Twitter which limit messages to 140 charaters.


There is also a Firefox addon that integrates ‘Get TinyPaste URL for Highlighted text’ to the right click menu. Works directly from the page. Highlight, right click, and get the link. Qucik and easy. No sign-up or email required.


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  1. sitopren
    February 7, 2010 at 9:00 am

    @kaan You don't need to sign in to use tinypaste neither. Besides allowing you to include code into your text, tinypaste supports many video sharing sites, from which you can include videos easily. You find my comparison of instant text sharing sites at

  2. sergey
    January 27, 2009 at 7:43 am seems much cooler than tinypaste in every way. thanx for the advice

  3. kaan
    January 7, 2009 at 1:45 pm

    i prefer because you can add any multimedia files and you dont need sign up...

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