Bublup’s is one of the latest up and coming cloud storage apps on the market, but it is far more than just a cloud storage app. And while the engineers behind the app are continuously working on making it better, you can already use the app for a wide variety of tasks. Bublup is a mix between Dropbox, Pinterest, Evernote, and Google keep. It is an excellent way of sharing documents with others, as well as creating a virtual workspace. Let us dive deeper into the functions of Bublup.
If it was only an app where you could just store documents, the most organized among us would be using it to store their files only just as with any other cloud storage service, but that’d be it. The rest of us unorganized people would still be unorganized, and still wouldn’t be organizing their projects in the most productive way and continue using a variety of programs for organizing their project files. The magic of Bublup is that you can store any digital file—from typed-in notes to scanned documents to photos, website links, audio files—in one organized way. And even if you don’t remember in which folder you have saved a file the app can still make sense of everything that you have saved and let you find anything you’ve ever added in seconds. And it does all that from any of your devices, for free, so you’ll truly never forget anything. The one thing that I truly value about Bublup is that I can add as many devices as I like via my account without any restrictions (other services don’t allow you to use more than two devices without having to upgrade to a paid version).
An additional feature that comes in very handy is the suggestion feature. It is great for anyone that is doing research on any topic, no matter if you are researching your next vacation destination, learning more about a topic for your business or researching a topic for your next article.
That’s the power of Bublup.
I have been using Bublup for close to 6 months now and have moved not just my personal and business documents to the platform, but also my client projects.
Reason number one is that I can personalize the visual look of folders with a photo of the project or client. This feature allows me to find my client work quicker and is very helpful for any visual thinker.
The second most important reason for me moving to Bublup up is the ability to store website links next to files. This feature allows me to to share ideas and inspirations for new clients, similar to Pinterest. In addition to saving useful websites, I can also add work documents, questionnaires and work charts.
The last and maybe even the most important reason why I have changed over to Bublup is the Roll feature. This feature allows you to create a quick website that features the content of one folder on a separate page with its custom URL. This feature allows you to create basically a website without having to create a website. No matter if you would like to share a writing portfolio with your customers or create a landing page that can be shared on Social Media, Bublup has you covered.
Simply click on Roll an Instant Web Page, add some description to your new page, choose a theme and customize your URL…
and voila your page is ready. https://rolls.bublup.com/JunePhotography/kingamnich
The great thing about this function is that you can keep it private and protect it with a password or use it as an extension to your Social Media presence even connecting it to google analytics.
Bublup offerers great privacy while allowing you to build a customizable workspace that can be shared with your following. The Bublup team is adding additional features on a monthly basis making this app more and more and a great tool for any entrepreneur. And I can’t wait to see where the developers of this app will take us.
If you would like to try out a new system of getting organized and have the need to make it visually beautiful. Just follow the link https://bublup.com/promo/kinga or visit bublup.com and enter the code Kinga for 100GB free online storage.
If I made you curious and you want to learn more about the Roll feature stay tune for the next Blogpost.