Memolane is one of those place where you create a story of your life and share it with your friends. This is also one of the best way to share your online activities with your friends. Memolane allows you to “Capture photos, videos, music, tweets, posts, and much more. View and share your entire life online. Create stories of your best memories together with your friends.Explore and search your life and the lives of your friends online”.
What is Memolane?
The Memolane timeline is your guide to your online life. It shows each of the moments you have created through your online services and presents them as individual memos on the day that they were made.
Here are few of the features offered by Memolane.
- Create Timeline
- Create Memos – Include photos, videos, music, tweets & posts, maps and more
- Add Services – Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Picasa, Foursquare, Tripit, Vimeo, Youtube, Last.fm, Myspace, Instagram and RSS Feeds
- Search for Memos, Stories and other Memolane users
- Create Stories (can also invite friends to contribute to memos in your story to create great memories of vacations and shared experience)
- Share your stories by providing URL of your Memolane
- Search for Friends and Family
- Privacy control (Private, Friends only, Public)
View Timeline of Survival Guide For Idiots
Below is the screenshot of our timeline and you can view our complete timeline by visiting this URL http://memolane.com/survivalguide4idiotsClick to enlarge the timeline of Survival Guide for Idiots
Adding Services to Memolane
Memolane supports majority of online services like Facebook, Facebook Pages, Twitter, Flickr, Picasa, Instagram, Vimeo, Youtube, Foursquare, MySpace any many others. If you are thinking that it would be a hard task organizing these services that let me tell you that adding Services to Memolane is very easy , just select the service , enter its login details and you are done. Soon you can see your Memolane with stuff fetched from those sources.
For the complete guide of How to’s of Memolane , you can visit the Memolane website.