Memolane allows users to reconnect with social media history.
Memolane is the latest entry into the social sites category and is definitely unlike any others, the site is designed to collect all the person’s thoughts, messages, pictures, and even music of their choice all at one place.
The website has a very appealing first page with the option to log in with Facebook or another option. At the bottom of the sign in option you will see many updates from different people making the first page look very inviting and appealing. Logging in or signing up is quite simple and easy and all you need to do is fill out a simple form that asks you to create a nick name, your first and last name, your email id and a password to access the site.
As soon as you sign up, you will be taken to a page that offers you to connect to all the social sites that you possibly can have accounts on. This is where you can very easily connect all of these to place all your memories at one place rather than having them all scattered all over different websites. You can see options to add Facebook, Facebook pages, twitter, Flickr, Google+, Picasa, last.fm, foursquare, Instagram, Tripit, YouTube, vimeo, Sound Cloud, WordPress, and even add RSS feed to your stream. This website truly allows you to add everything at one place and keeps it all together.
If you don’t want to add these services at the first go then you can also choose to opt for browsing through the website first and choose the option to skip adding these sites. As soon as you click on this option, you will be taken to a page where you will see the option to see your memories. If you click on this option, you will be taken to another page that ideally will display all your memories from the different sites so far, but if you have not added any sites then there won’t be anything on display. However, what you will see at the top of the page are the options to see suggestions, find your memories using keywords, choose a date range to see your memories for a specified time period (this is an option that is very handy as for those who are very active on various sites, finding that one post is very difficult. You can also see the option to add more services without having to go back to the main page. You will also have the options to save your choices, and to share the selected lane with others via social sites or by emailing it to others.
A person also has the option to click on their name that is displayed at the top left and they can see their profile page, the lanes they have saved, they can edit the services they have, change their settings, blog, provide feedback, and choose the option to visit Google play and access the website and also to log out. However, with the amount of services this website offers, it is not very likely the log out option will be used much.