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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How do I use PageDash?
    When you sign up, you will gain access to a dashboard that displays all your saved pages. You will also be prompted to install a Chrome or Firefox extension that enables you to save pages by clicking on the extension button.
  2. Who is running PageDash?
    Let's be upfront here. PageDash is currently a one-man operation, run by Jonathan Lin (see About page) from Malaysia. Every "we" you read is really, well, PageDash and I. PageDash is a persona too. I don't have VC or angel money, simply a desire to fix my own problem for myself and for others, hence I really appreciate your business. If you think Malaysia is a shady country and don't trust your data with it, I think you are right, I don't trust it completely either (see below on where your data really is). But please don't discriminate me because of my locale and citizenship, that's all I ask. Why must all good software be "Western"?
  3. Where is my data stored?
    Although we are based in Malaysia, your data is stored at rest in the United States. Thanks to Google Cloud Storage, your data is encrypted at rest. PageDash reserves the right to store data in other regions, e.g. in private CDNs worldwide to reduce latency. Your data will never be sold to third parties.
  4. Why should I trust PageDash with my web pages?
    Businesses do come and go. My personal guarantee is that the service will stay online as long as there are > 1 paying users. I personally use PageDash heavily. Google Drive backups are now available to subscribers for data assurance.
  5. Is there a self-hosted version of PageDash?
    Right now my main focus is usability and convenience. For most laypersons a self-hosted version is just way too complicated. Also, I am unable to dilute my efforts too wide to provide a self-hosted version at this point.
  6. Why does PageDash need to be in the cloud?
    Being in the cloud enables collaboration and sharing. Links to archived pages can be shared with others. With shared collections, you can share clipped pages with others by adding them to your page collections. Cloud also enables you to view pages on mobile apps in the future. That's the vision.
  7. How is PageDash storing my web pages?
    There is no proprietary file format (unlike Evernote). Every page is saved as files in a flat directory structure (no nested folders). To render the page is to simply serve that folder like any other website in the world. Which means that the raw data that PageDash provides is the final artifact. There is no fear of getting stuck with a proprietary format.
  8. I want feature X, does PageDash have it?
    Please try out PageDash first, then write in to us via support@pagedash.com if you still feel unsatisfied. We really want to know what deal-breakers you have with regards to using PageDash. We are still actively developing features, but as it stands right now, PageDash is Simple, Lovable, and Complete (SLC), in my opinion :)
  9. Why must I pay for PageDash?
    The swash of VC and corporate money in the market has unleased a ton of free software to users, spoiling them while setting a high bar for independent software makers. Someone has to pay the cost, be it a VC, a big corporation, or users. Open source is great, but the demise of the Firefox Scrapbook addon with the release of Firefox 57 has shown the dark side of open source: there isn't enough financial incentive to keep going even for something that's arguably indispensable. The old economist adage applies: "There is no such thing as a free lunch". PageDash only costs a cup of Starbucks a month, more or less.