How To Securely Share a Password With Someone

Visit SafeNote.co and enter your sensitive data into the big text box. You can opt to add additional levels of protection, as desired. When you are finished entering your note, hit the big “Create Note” button and it will take you to a screen where you can copy a link to your secure note. Paste that link in a message to your recipient, and you are done!

Once the note is read, it will self-destruct, meaning it can only be read one time. It would probably be a good idea to let the recipient know, just so they don’t think they can come back to it later. If you set up notifications, you will receive an email letting you know that your note was viewed and destroyed.

Watch the video for a full walkthrough of the process. Stay safe out there!

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Stephanie is a geek, entrepreneur, business coach, podcast host, internationally known speaker, notebook hoarder, and dad joke aficionado. She loves helping WordPress businesses thrive and grow.

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