- What is ucla.in?
- How do I see how many times a ucla.in link was clicked on?
- Who can use ucla.in?
- Which UCLA web pages can I create shortened links to?
- Can I customize the shortened links?
What is ucla.in?
ucla.in is a service that allows users to shorten a long link, share it, and then track the resulting usage, while keeping the ucla name as part of the link. While other link-shortening services exist, only ucla.in keeps the ucla name as part of the link.
For example, you can use ucla.in to turn this long link:
This makes it easier to include the link in an email or Twitter post without it breaking or taking up too much space.
How do I see how many times a ucla.in link was clicked on?
Every ucla.in link has an info page that shows the number of clicks and other relevant data.
Simply add a "+" sign to the end of your ucla.in link.
Who can use ucla.in?
Anyone can use ucla.in, but the service only works for links "in" UCLA -- that is, web pages on UCLA sites.
Which UCLA web pages can I create shortened links to?
You can create ucla.in links to any web page within the *.ucla.edu domain and the following websites:
If you have an official UCLA website that is not listed here, please contact us for more information.
Can I customize the shortened links?
Unfortunately, ucla.in does not offer the option to customize links.
For example, http://ucla.in/9HuKUX cannot be customized to http://ucla.in/happenings.