How does your family communicate? If most of you live near each other, then you probably see each other in person on a regular basis, but if you’re spread out across the country or the world, then you likely take advantage of the telephone, e-mail, and instant messaging. For me, trying to manage my e-mail is hard enough without being inundated by e-mail’s containing images and videos from family members. I like to keep those messages separate if at all possible so that I can get down to business when I open my inbox, and that’s why it’s a good idea to connect with your family through a service like myfamily.com.
As long as your family members have access to the Internet, then they can reunite with the rest of the family through this service no matter where they may be located. Sharing pictures is a big deal when it comes to families, and myfamily.com enables you to not only share them but purchase them on calendars, posters, and more. Additionally, voice messages can be phoned in to record news or narrate a collection of photos. In a family, there are always events that need to be remembered, and the site makes this easy by offering you reminders so that you don’t forget that third cousin’s anniversary date that you’re expected to know off the top of your head.
[tags]Myfamily.com, Family, Communicate, Telephone, E-mail, Instant Messaging, Messages, Pictures, Events, Reminders[/tags]