Category: Guides

Perfecting Pinterest: an interview with Carrie McGann

Source: via Amit on Pinterest   During the last few months a number of our Memolane fans have requested that we support Pinterest. For those of you that are unfamiliar with this service, it is basically a virtual pinboard where you can organize craft ideas, recipes, and your favorite inspirational pictures found on the web. [...]

August 23 / 2012

Crowd-Sourcing the 2012 Olympic Experience

At Memolane, we had the crazy idea that we should crowd-source the Olympic media coverage. We thought it would be bloody brilliant to get Olympic fans who are either in London or watching from afar to share their photos, videos, and posts. Essentially we want to engage the world-wide audience. Intriguing, right? Here’s how you can: [...]

July 27 / 2012
Author Memolane
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WordPress Plug-in for Memolane Embedded

Want to show off all your social media content in one, unified place on your WordPress blog? We also wanted to, which is why we worked with the wonderful people at WordPress to make a short code for embedding possible. Now you can embed your Memolane stories into posts, pages, and text widgets. Check [...]

July 17 / 2012

We don’t all live in London

Not located in Greenwich, the village outside of London? Funny, neither are we. Now you can set your own time zone preferences for your memos. Here’s how: Find the dropdown tab in the top right corner, then click on . You will be directed to this page Click on “International” to set your time zone preferences. You [...]

July 12 / 2012
Author Katie
Category Extras, Guides
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A New Way to Create Lanes – Keywords

When our CEO Eric Lagier first had the idea for Memolane, it was primarily to create a tool that he could use to look back at the history of his family. He and his wife Chloe take a lot of photos of their daughters with their iphones and share them with each other and their [...]

March 11 / 2012

Memolane for Events: Tips for Making Great Wedding Memories

We’ve always thought that Memolane has great potential to be a powerful tool for telling the story of events like festivals and sports tournaments as well as more intimate affairs like weddings, graduations, and family reunions. This past weekend I had the opportunity to test out Memolane for telling the story of a relative’s wedding. [...]

One Lane, Two Lanes, Red Lanes, Blue Lanes: Embedded Memolanes

Today I want to introduce a new feature that we have been working on. It is one of those small things that might just make a huge impact on how you use your lane: Embedded Memolanes. A note to Safari users: If any of the embedded lanes below do not appear, you can view the [...]

April 18 / 2011
Author Nikolaj
Category Guides
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A new feature: linking to individual memos

Happy Monday Memolane Community! You have requested that we add links to memos and we have just rolled it out on the site. Now when you look at your expanded memos you will notice a little chain icon in the bottom right-hand corner. Right click on this icon and select “copy link” and you can [...]

January 24 / 2011
Author Memolane
Category Guides, News
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Introducing Per Memo Privacy and Lane Views

We are very pleased to announce that Memolane now has per memo privacy. This means that you can set the privacy of each of your memos individually. We have received a lot of feedback from Flickr, Facebook, and Foursquare users who would like to maintain the privacy of their off-the-grid check-ins, and private photos and [...]

A Bit Later Than Expected, the New Privacy Features are Live!

We’ve been hard at work on some exciting changes to the privacy features on Memolane. We listened to your feedback about wanting to keep your private photos and check-ins private and we have designed a new way to organize your privacy that we hope will provide you with greater freedom and flexibility to share your [...]

January 12 / 2011