Each person is unique like the facets of a diamond as a result your digital footprint online is also unique to you but how do you get to see those unique aspects of your digital footprint? What patterns and relationships online are unique and valuable to you and how do you identify them in among the reset of the social media noise?
We here at digi.me understand that everyone is unique and we have been working on a range of different ways for you to interact with your social media networks. Unlike when you go onto Facebook and view your timeline (or rather what Facebook allows you to see on your timeline) we show you everything you have posted in chronological order. You can search, save and share that data. You also have the ability to analyse your content and find your closest connections based on who you interact with most often. You also get to see the combination of your social media updates from all of your different networks in one place.
If you are wondering who you haven’t been in touch with for a while you can even analyse an older set of updates and see who you might like to reconnect with by starting a conversation with them. You can find out what your all time top photo’s were and even find out what days of the week you do post most of your social media updates on.
With our Flashback feature you can see what you were up to this time last year across all your social networks, or even look back beyond last year to the ones before that to see what you were up to then. You may be fascinated what memories and moments you come across.
Quite simply digi.me is a tool that opens up social networks on a personal level giving you that granular insight into those things that are most important to you. If you think there is a feature missing or that you would like all you need to do is tell us and we will look into adding this in a future update.