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Update: New Features on Lifeables

Back in December I wrote a review of an online service called Lifeables. I received an e-mail the other day letting me know all about some new features of the service that I wanted to share with you. These are features that people have been requesting of Lifeables for a while and have recently been implemented.

New Features

  • With just one click, you can create Lifeables (memory collections) such as Family Yearbooks, Birthday Books and more!
  • You can share your Lifeables with family and friends via Facebook or email, even if they don’t have a Lifeables account. Just click “Share” when viewing your Lifeable.
  • And last but certainly not least, you can now order print books and PDFs! You can purchase your print book or PDF directly through the Lifeables site. Become a Lifeables member to get more storage space and a free book. Visit the Lifeables Shop

Lifeables also shared these Creative Ideas for Lifeables
The Family Yearbook and Birthday Books are two easy one-click ideas for memory collections, but there are so many more! You can use your collected memories from Facebook and other social accounts and/or upload photos to create unique virtual scrapbooks. Check out these fantastic ideas (and feel free to share them)!
Kids Art Collection
ABC Book
Fashion Scrapbook
Pet Scrapbook

Review: Online Service: Lifeables

Lifeables LogoI was asked by my friend Cindy if I’d like to take a look at a new website called Lifeables.com. This is a site that can collect photos and other bits of web content about your family to display to other friends and family. The main thing that I learned about this service is that you can share twitter and Facebook info with those family members who are not on Facebook and Twitter and it gets organized in a very cool way. I set up Lifeables to pull in photos of Eva or Andrew from my Facebook, Instagram and Twitter feeds. The setup was very easy and the service looked back over the past three years for photos and quotes that I posted of Eva and Andrew. I’d like to see collection automation from YouTube as well because I do have some fun videos of the kids there. Continue reading Review: Online Service: Lifeables