Storify closes, there is nothing to do, from May 1 the service can no longer be used, and from May 16th all contents will be deleted, but there are valid alternatives to Storify to take care of social content.
Storify closes, there is nothing to do, from May 1 the service can no longer be used, and from May 16 they will come also all present contents deletedi.Storify a service that allowed you to aggregate social content and organize it into stories, make sense of the multitude of tweets and photos, create a reasoned set of posts to describe an event, a fact, a historical moment. success, even important signatures of journalism have used it to tell significant events. But this was not enough, the platform did not find a sustainable system of monetization: no money, goodbye service, in short …
Storify closes, the letter to users
Storify users received a letter reminding them the service closes, who wants to can download the created contents and then upload them to other services, but very much so much letter announcing the final closure of Storify.
Dear Storify user,
We're writing to remind you that Storify.com will no longer be available after May 16, 2018. We would also like to bring to your attention that from May 1, you will no longer be able to create new stories. If you wish to keep your Storify.com content, please note that you will need to take the action by 16 May 2018 at 17:00 PST. After this time, you will no longer be able to:
Export the content using the export feature on Storify.com Access any site features Contact customer support For more information, read the FAQs: https://storify.com/faq-eol. Please contact [email protected] for any questions. We would like to thank you again for your faithful support of Storify and apologize for any inconvenience these changes may cause.
The Storify team
Storify closes, the alternatives
Storify closes, but the need for bloggers, companies and journalists to organize social content in a reasoned way to give users not only a chronological succession of what they want to tell, but also an editorial slant. we have available and with the myriad of social posts that every event or event generates, being able to read the contents selected by people we trust becomes essential. There are several alternatives to Storify, but perhaps none so complete. Here are the main ones
A sort of storify only for Twitter, but with the advantage of being easily shared on Twitter and being immediately visible to users without leaving the platform.
In addition to its easy to use, Wakelet offers Storify users the opportunity to import content on the platform that includes the ability to edit and organize all forms of web content. Users can create custom profiles, change the title, image or description of each link and make their collections public or private.
Users can use Paper.li to draw on and treat more current topics from sources such as Facebook, Twitter, YoutTube and Google+ and other areas on the Web. The program also allows anyone to share the curated content on social platforms and, while the overall function of Paper.li very similar to Storify, the way information is presented very differently, like the newspaper. Paper.li available as a Chrome extension, bookmarklet or on Android, iOS and web browsers.
The Curata Content Curation software can access hundreds of thousands of sources from social media to websites and uses automatic learning filtering options to adapt to user preferences and eliminate obsolete content from search results. Suitable for companies, the paid service and there is no free trial.
Users can appreciate the intuitive interface of Scoop.it and the AI-based content management system but individual users who simply want to take care of social content will be frustrated by the fact that in order to use the most useful features you have to pay. The basic rate is $ 14.99 per month, but if you want all the features you go to $ 67.
Goodbye Storify, and thanks for all the stories …