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First, everything in StoryArk is organized into posts and groups. Posts are groups of photos and videos, organized however you want. Groups are - well - groups of people with whom you want to share. StoryArk lets you easily share one post with one group, or with many groups. It’s kind of like reverse WhatsApp. In WhatsApp you choose your group then send your message. In StoryArk you create your post then choose where to share it.
Now we're ready to share your post with others. In StoryArk all posts are private by default. Unless you choose to invite people to see your post it will stay just for you.
With StoryArk you can collect photos from your kid’s birthday, your friend's wedding, or your group vacation all in one place.
Anyone who can see a post can also add their photos too.
Coauthors are a special role you can assign to posts for people that were with you at the time. For example you might make your family coauthors for a post about a joint vacation.
Coauthors have more abilities than other people in your groups - they can change titles, or album covers, and they can invite more groups or even other coauthors. They’re avatar will also show up in the app next to the post.
To assign a coauthor:
You can download all (or a selection of) photos from any post.
The photos will save to your phone’s camera roll / photo gallery.
On the main screen there are two buttons next to the create post button (the big blue plus). One view shows your posts in a list, and the other in a grid. While the content is the same between both views they are ordered differently and have different purposes.
Many people use WhatsApp (and other private messengers) as their main way to send photos. While this works, these messengers aren’t designed primarily for photos. We know this is one of the reasons people try StoryArk.
We know it can be tricky to convince your friends to join too. That’s why we’ve created a few tips on how you can use StoryArk with your current favorite messenger.
Here’s what we suggest: