Your social media life in one place is the #10/12 reason to love digi.me

digi.me allows you to view a complete picture of any day in your social media history – with a little bit of journal magic…

Our automagic journal collects and displays your social media history by date format – so you can relive any day in full through your online posts and reactions from all your accounts.

So, on the 10th day of Christmas, my true love gave to me…the ability to relive special days in all their glory or just zip around the journal at random.

All the clever stuff of normalising the data you’ve downloaded with our app goes on behind the scenes, so all you see is your social media posts as they originally appeared, arranged on the date you made them. Nifty, eh?

The journal view on the left hand navigation defaults to the current day, and you can use the arrows to go back a few days, or click on the date to either select a specific one or see your journal entries across the options given, which include yesterday, lifetime, last seven days, this week, last week, last month, this month, last 30 days and since the last sync.

So, any combination you fancy, really.

Once you’ve selected, make sure you leave plenty of time to dive into the memories of days past – and for this month only our premium package is 50% off, so what are you waiting for? Download now!

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