Introducing Boxego – The Digital Shoebox To Privately Share Private Lives
Discover the new social network and online journal that puts a personal spin on special moments with innovative private and future share options
The digital equivalent of a shoebox under the bed, filled with significant moments and cherished memories, the brand new Boxego platform officially launches this week.
If Facebook is for what you’ve done, and Twitter is for what you’re doing now, Boxego is the network for what you want to keep, all protected with robust privacy safeguards to keep personal memories just that.
Keep your moments private or share them now or in the future to selected family and friends. Boxego is an online journal, keepsake box, photo diary and video log, a digital shoebox under the bed where memories can be stored for a lifetime. Whether you want to capture your children’s milestones, document an expedition or simply keep a record of the everyday events that make up the fabric of daily life, Boxego gives users a secure space to tell their own story using their personal media. It’s private by default, and with exciting features like Private Share and Future Share, users can decide exactly who can see their content, and uniquely, when they can see it.
James Birrell, Founder of Boxego, says, “At Boxego, we understand that everyone has important memories that they want to keep private as well as those that they want to share. We’ve created a secure space where they can do both. Boxego is private by default but we’ve built in some incredible sharing options that give our users absolute control over what they share and when they share, now and in the future.”
Uniquely, Boxego gives users total control over what content they share, with whom, and when. If someone wants to share a photo album with their family, or a video clip with their friends, they can – and using the Future Share option, they can even choose exactly when the content becomes available. This leaves unlimited options for anyone who wants to share their special moments with family members and loved ones. Parents can build entire journals of their children’s lives, before sharing the contents of it on their 18th birthday. Couples can share special anniversaries or occasions with one another by putting away a stash of poignant memories and setting a joint share date in the future.
Birrell adds, “We’re really excited about our Future Share options. It’s a totally unique concept that we think our users will love. Leaving digital love notes or messages and choosing when you want them delivered is a fun idea, and it’s useful when you can’t be with someone on a special occasion.”
Cleverly designed to slot into real life with all of the convenience of a digital platform, the Boxego website and App can be used to create a lasting digital legacy. Servicemen and women heading off on assignments can leave messages for their friends and families to be shared on dates they select. And their families can leave messages for them. Families can build memories of elderly relatives, a generational scrapbook that can be passed down to their children to keep alive with new additions of their own. Users are always coming up with new and creative ways to share their memories with their loved ones, using Boxego’s Future Share options to ensure that their digital legacy, like the contents of the shoebox under the bed, is passed on after they are gone.
Boxego is not like Facebook. It isn’t the network for planning parties or arranging dates, it’s the online journal where the memories of those special occasions are kept. Time flies, memories fade and moments that matter are often lost forever. Computers can crash, phones can break and memory sticks are easily lost. Whether you want to capture those once-in-a-lifetime moments, or the everyday occurrences that are so easily overlooked, Boxego ensures that all of your special memories will be forever kept secure, accessible only to you, and the special people you choose to share your life with.
For more information on Boxego, visit the website: http://boxego.com/
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