Save a tree, send a SquidNote

06Dec07

Squidnote is a group greeting service that allows you to create e-cards in which a whole group of people can collaborate on.  As the creator, you  choose the template for the card and the heading.  You then add a message anywhere on the card and can also add photos or stock art.  Then just choose the date and time you want the card to go out and invite friends and family to add their own greetings.  They’ll receive a link in an email which will allow them to personalize it without signing up for anything.  These cards can be many pages long and can be created up to 6 months in advance.  It’s a fun service but I’d like to see more features like audio greetings and embeddable cards.  Here’s my screencast tour of SquidNote:

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3 Responses to “Save a tree, send a SquidNote”

  1. wow! really great.

  2. How do you find these things! What a super idea, especially for work and for families.
    Thanks again!

    Pai

  3. Thanks for the nice video. Being a grandparent, I’m always looking for ways to use technology to keep in touch with the family. I can see how this can be a fun way to get the whole family involved sending ecards! I went to their site and already sent one. It works great!

    BTW, they’ve changed their name from SquidNote.com to GroupCard.com.



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