Unfortunately the family tree platform recently closed. In fact, since November 1, the famicity.com site and the application are no longer available. It's the end of Famicity after 10 years of existence. Their desire for free was not enough.
Can we recover his personal data?
Yes, by going to the site Famicity, there is the possibility of making a request to recover your data. All you have to do is enter the email address of your account. An email will then be sent to you within 24 hours with a download link.
What was Famicity for?
Famicity was a social network dedicated to the family. It allowed to make his family tree. It was possible to invite members of his family to join his personal network by creating an account. Famicity made it possible to share photos and the like with his family. When it was the birthday of a member of your family, you received an email. The advantage of this platform was that it demonstrated great confidentiality. The profiles were only accessible by members of his family tree. Another point, she undertook not to disseminate your personal data and your photos with a very strict confidentiality charter. Plus, Famicity was free.
Some platforms offer pretty much the same features as Hellotipi or Genoom but opinions concerning them diverge. So the choice of the alternative depends on what you want to do with it. If you want to make your family tree MyHeritage is very good. The downside is that some features are chargeable. However, today it is difficult to find a completely free site. If you really want a family social network, then go for a platform like FamilyWall.
Bescrib is also an alternative that you can choose, a lot of features are available and the interface is attractive. However, I have not tested it. Some people may have an opinion about this platform, so if you want, feel free to comment on it in the comments.
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there is the completely free “bescrib” network, dedicated to the family. To preserve the memory is in the history of each person in order to pass it on to future generations. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAaP60-VgR4
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