Redesigned Tpstry.com Launches Groundbreaking New “Family Memories Website” Feature
New feature lets users view their memories in a digital magazine format for free.
NASHVILLE, TN—Tpstry.com, a website taking a unique approach to discovering and sharing family memories, announced today the launch of a groundbreaking “Family Memories Website” feature as part of its new redesign.
Tpstry.com users share their memories by answering a series of insightful and entertaining questions about their family. The new “Family Memories Website” feature displays these answers in a visually appealing, digital magazine format.
“After getting feedback from our users, we decided to update and enhance the site for two reasons,” says Matt Johnston, Tpstry’s Founder and President. “First, we wanted to make it easier for users to answer questions about their family. Second, we wanted to present these answered questions in a more visually appealing way.”
The “Family Memories Website” feature creates a digital magazine version of a user’s answered questions and uploaded images. Memories are organized into major sections such as People, Places, Events and Images. Each entry has a page within the “Family Memories Website” that displays all answered questions and tagged images. A Timeline view displays all images and questions that have an associated date.
“It really brings to life the history and personalities of a user’s family like no other site can,” says Johnston.
Users can create their own “Family Memories Website” for free by creating an account at http://tpstry.com.
The new site design also includes easier navigation, progress tracking and numerous usability changes to make it easier for users to ask and answer questions about their family.
Tpstry (http://tpstry.com) is a website that allows users to discover and share their family memories. Through asking and answering questions, users are able to collect memories and knowledge from their family members.
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