I have over the years tried to find a site that could be useful for housing something of a private family social network. They have usually proved to be less than suitable. It will probably be something I have another shot at as I get back into the family history research and work on the website again.
The site I’m probably going to look into a bit with the hope that it may assist in accomplishing the private social network side of things is Family iBoard. I only recently became aware of it, so I haven’t had a lot of opportunity to investigate at this stage. However, the article linked to below in which the site was reviewed by Mashable, does fill me with a lot of hope. The only real issue will be getting family members to join, especially given the fees involved. But at roughly $8.00 a year, it’s hardly a huge fee and could prove very useful.
What do others think of the idea? I’d be keen to know. It really seems like a very good site for this sort of thing.
View the Mashable article at:
I would be interested in joining this page and $8.00 is not expensive for the wealth of information it will contain
Was looking for the same kind of private network, and didn’t care too much about genealogy but Famicity.com really has all I wanted: privacy, wall, photo sharing, agenda… and a great tree. I’d be interested to know your opinion of it.