Curation tool, Storify, over and out

 

While critiquing for summer website contests and recommending Storify to a young news program (adviser one-year-old), I learned that Storify is no more as of May 2018.

“The simple drag-and-drop method of online storytelling is not entirely unique to Storify, but few alternatives exist that allow you to compile social media streams from multiple sources and organize them together in one interface, for free,” Alex Coop, from itbusiness.ca on Jan. 18, said.

Google the term Storify alternatives, and one will see a list of possibilities for replacement.

Click on any number of links in the Google Search, such as one posted as early as November 2015 from the PlatterofGold Editor, to determine what you will use next.

Storify Google Search
Storify has closed its internet doors; many will want to go back and see what stories used it, and looking ahead, find a replacement.

Michelle Harmon

Michelle Harmon is in her 13th year of teaching and advising the school newspaper at Borah High School in Boise, Idaho. She is state director of Idaho JEA and President of the Idaho Student Journalism Association.

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