AboutOne is an online family information management system; ONE place, accessible anytime, anywhere, from any device, (you don’t have to be at home, and you don’t have to be on your own computer) where in just seconds busy moms can store, secure, and manage household information, including health records, possession details, education records, contacts, and family memories – both text and pictures.
AboutOne stores the information with bank-level security. Then, the system automatically uses the information you’ve entered to save you time on family administrative chores like completing school forms, college apps, caregiver instructions, and tax returns, creating family newsletters and scrapbooks, and automatically creating and mailing holiday cards (coming Dec 1). The information is also available, at your fingertips, to make informed decisions and respond quickly to an emergency. (Also coming soon is the ability to automatically create hardcover photo memory books from the memories and stories you’ve entered in AboutOne.)
When I first heard about the opportunity to review AboutOne.com I was excited to participate. I thought wow, what a great idea for organizing everything all in one place. I like the fact that you can access your information from anywhere with bank-level security. This is a great way to organize, prioritize and store anything ranging from pictures to important health documents digitally.
I love the new inbox feature – where you can snap a picture with your phone and it will automatically upload to your aboutone account. From there you can use it as a family memory, member photo, place it in a newsletter or digital scrapbook.
I am still navigating through all of the features on the site and having fun at the same time. Who doesn’t need a little more organization in their life! Love it.
Here are a few Links to get you started:
AboutOne Blog: http://www.aboutone.com/category/blog/
YouTube Video Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/AboutOneVideos
Disclaimer: I received a one year subscription to AboutOne.com courtesy of Maven house network in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated for this review. Any thoughts and opinions expressed are solely my own.