Infinit in the workplace

Infinit is now open for business with a new plan called Teams. Infinit Teams were created for small and large companies that need to share files internally or with clients.

Storage for links in team plans is a shared space that grows by 150GB with the addition of each user, meaning Infinit scales with your organization.

Oh, and remember, “Everything is awesome. Everything is cool when you’re part of a team.”

Teams will also get custom branding on download pages with options for a logo and background.

The new plans also benefit from consolidated billing, meaning that only one invoice is issued for the whole team. If you’re interested in trying it out, there’s no commitment. Test it now for free!.

Back to school

In our effort to support collegiate education around the world, this week, we launched a program for university students.

If you are a currently enrolled university student, you’re automatically eligible for an upgrade to an Infinit Pro account for the rest of your time in school.

In fact, when 100 students from your school join Infinit with an official university email address, everyone at your school who uses Infinit will automatically be upgraded to Pro.

Get your own domain

If you’re a Infinit Plus user, you now have the option of a personalized Infinit domain for your links.

While this feature isn’t currently available on your account page, you can reserve your personalized domain starting now!

Just send us an email with the domain name you’d like, and we’ll set it up for you. Get in touch.

Gaz the Rapper

It’s no surprise that musicians love using Infinit. Every so often we stumble upon an artist with a truly standout talent.

Blake “Gaz” Galayda, freestyle hip hop artist from Centerville, Virginia, turned up-and-coming recording artist has been using Infinit for years to distribute demos and content across social media and produce mixtapes with collaborators across the country.

Following the release of his first mixtape, Heart Beatz, Gaz is gearing up for the release of his self-produced sophomore mixtape, The Gazpel.