Facebook is a great way to connect with family members, whether they’re just across town or flung all over the globe. However, because the social networking service is so huge – adding nearly 1 billion users since launching in 2004 – it’s under constant siege from scammers and thieves who want to invade your privacy.
Even if you do everything right in Facebook – setting tight-knit groups and maintaining tight privacy settings – clueless Uncle Bob who doesn’t sweat those security concerns is always one click away from posting an embarrassing comment, photo or video.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could quickly set up a family network that’s completely safe, secure and private? You can with Chattertree.
It lets you organize the family by rooms. You and your spouse could have a private room, for example, and another room could include everyone else in the immediately family. Chattertree also makes it easy to video chat and share photos and videos.