FatURL: Easily Share Multiple URL’s Simultaneously Through a Single Link

Umar 24-05-2013

Normally to share multiple URLs with a friend, we share the links individually. If you absolutely need to share all the links together you could, perhaps, email the links to your friend. Alternatively, if you are feeling a bit more creative, you can create a shareable folder on your online bookmarking service and add the links as bookmarks to the folder.


But neither of these solutions of sharing multiple links simultaneously is as convenient as using a tool called FatURL.

share multiple urls

FatURL is a free to use web service that lets you share multiple URLs simultaneously. In order to use the website, you do not need to create any accounts on it. All you need to do is visit the site’s homepage. You can then begin entering the site URLs you want to share followed by their optional title or description.

The placeholder text for this text field provides you with an example that shows what format to use. You can also set a title for the page that should list the URLs you are going to share. A description to this page can be added as well. The title and description are good for when somebody is trying to find out the connection between the links you share.



When you are done, you click on the scissors icon at the bottom of the page to have your sharing links generated. You get multiple shortened URLs for the same page – you can share any one of them.


  • A user friendly web service.
  • Lets you share multiple URLs at the same time.
  • Lets you set title and description of sharing page.
  • Provides you with the option to set custom URL for sharing.

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  1. ukrayinka
    May 24, 2013 at 1:37 pm

    AddictiveTips had a nice overview:

    FatURL also works a bulk link opener: [Broken URL Removed]

    More to it, one can get a PRO version and run similar service on own domain name.