Storify, Make the web tell a story, a platform that let users create stories through social platforms Twitter, Facebook, and more into an embeddable package, is shutting down in May 2018. As of today, no new Storify.com profile can be created. At its heyday a few years ago, Storify was popular with storytellers and journalists for being an easy way to create and embed a timeline of various social media content into their work — similar to what Twitter’s Moments is today.
For those who still want to continue using Storify after May next year, the FAQ suggests they try Storify 2, after purchasing a Livefyre license. Storify 2 works inside Livefyre Studio and lets users create stories that can be embedded into sites, though now that most blogging platforms offer direct embeds of posts from Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, there seems to be less of a need for niche products like Storify.
Now storify is completely closed, but still 50% users do not know is there any replacement of storify ? Is storify 2 is the best replacement of Storify. Livefyre – Storify 2, it is the replacement of it. Storify is now completely acquire by Livefyre
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