Traditionally, we mark special occasions with flowers, chocolates, gifts, or a fancy meal. StorySpot gives you the power to give a multimedia digital tribute, crafted by you, to that special person in your life. What better way to show your love and admiration than by telling their story - in words, pictures, video, and music? Make it extra meaningful by sharing it with other friends and family members or by making it a permanent digital tribute for future generations.
Let's face it, the best way to do this is to ask the closest 12 year old. Your kid, grandkid, or young next door neighbor.
StorySpot gives you the power to build a multimedia story, but that means you've got to know how to import photos, audios, videos, stories, links, etc. How long this takes depends on your organization skills and collaboration volume.
Like most people, memories are all over the place: on your phone, in your desk drawer, on multiple computers, or at your merman or Aunt Mabels house.
The basic product is free. For more customization and richer multimedia StorySpot, upgrade to the Master Storyteller or Master Historian plans. If you choose to keep your StorySpot for an extended period, or a lifetime, select that option at checkout. Find out more on our pricing page.
Get started, and with a few simple clicks craft an awesome digital tribute. Build it independently or invite others to work with you. Using StorySpot, anyone can upload the elements that they believe best tell the story of their subject. Make it more powerful by gathering contributions from as many friends and family members as you like.
Yes! You can share a story you’ve created and continue to add pictures, video, songs and whatever you like, whenever you like.
Once you’ve completed your StorySpot, you can easily share it via a unique URL link, Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn. You choose who gets to see it.
As long as you like!
The person building and paying for the StorySpot is the curator and controls what is posted. The curator may designate co-creators whose content the curator approves. The curator can also designate a co-curator.