Erly is a social platform for organizing and sharing your personal content. Everyday, people create and consume increasing amounts of personal life content, such as status updates, check-ins, and photos. Most social products organize this personal data around people with a friend graph that consists of individual profile pages, and shared content is specific to the person instead of an event or experience as a whole.
[advt]Events from Erly allow users to quickly and easily build a beautiful webpage for their event. These Event pages combine event details, invitations, guest lists, and multimedia albums, everything a person would need to plan, document, and remember an event. Erly Events give the important moments in your life a permanent home and allow your digital memories to be discovered and shared instead of buried in hard drives, emails, and feeds.
It organizes content by first creating canonical event pages within which it map people, time, and locations. This experience graph is inspired by the way the human mind often recalls what, when, and where just as often as to remember who. In publicly organized resources like Wikipedia, events and people exist at the same level of prominence, and want to bring that to people’s personal lives as well. Its graph can help connect people to each other and their vast amounts of personal data in new, unique, and valuable ways.