In today’s fast-paced, digital world it’s easy to lose touch with our loved ones. We’re all so busy and connected to our devices that we often forget to connect with the people who matter most. That’s where Famileo comes in. Famileo is a printed family gazette that will be read, kept and cherished. It’s a personalised newsletter that starts a conversation and brings generations closer together. And it’s a dedicated paper that only takes a few minutes to create, but brings lasting joy to your loved one. So call it a gazette, a newsletter, a paper. Call it Famileo.
As a family, we have had the pleasure of trying out Famileo for Indi for her birthday. Our family came together to create her very own paper, and she received her very own gazette a few days later, so read on for all the details and what we thought.
All photos have been blurred and personal details removed, but your copy, should you try it yourself, will be perfect like ours was when it arrived!
Why Famileo matters
Famileo matters because it helps families stay connected in a way that digital communication just can’t match. When you receive a physical letter or card in the mail, it’s special. It’s something you can hold on to and re-read whenever you want. It’s a tangible reminder that someone is thinking of you and wants to stay in touch. And that feeling is even more special when it comes from a family member.
Famileo also helps families start conversations
When you receive a Famileo gazette, it’s not just an update on what’s going on in someone’s life – it’s an invitation to talk about what’s going on in yours. Ask your grandparents about the photo of your latest trip or tell your niece about your latest pet. The possibilities are endless!
Famileo is affordable
Another great thing about Famileo is that it is very affordable. For only £5.99 a month, your whole family can join the subscription and share news. This makes for a very thoughtful and largely affordable Christmas present for a grandparent or elderly relative.
Famileo is easy to use
Famileo is very easy to use. Even if your elderly relative is not tech-savvy, they will be able to easily use Famileo thanks to its user-friendly interface. With Famileo, family members can share news, photos, and memories with each other easily and conveniently.
Finally, Famileo is quick to create
You don’t need any design experience or special equipment. Just choose one of their beautiful templates, add your photos and text, and hit send! In less than 5 minutes you can bring joy to your loved ones – and yourself – by staying connected with the people who matter most.
How Famileo works – a step-by-step guide
Famileo is a platform that helps families stay connected. It’s a great way to share news, photos, and memories with your loved ones. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to use Famileo.
- First, create a free account at www.famileo.com.
- Once you’ve created your account, you can add family members and friends who you want to stay connected with.
- After you’ve added your loved ones, you can all start posting updates, photos, and memories. You can also create groups so that everyone can stay up-to-date on what’s going on in your life.
- Then you send your gazette to print and it arrives within days to your lucky loved one.
- Lastly, Famileo is private and secure, so you can be sure that only the people you want to see your posts will be able to see them.
The best Christmas present for your elderly relative: Famileo
If you are looking for the perfect Christmas present for your elderly relative, this subscription service that allows families to stay connected is only £5.99 a month. Your whole family can join the subscription and share news. This makes for a very thoughtful and largely affordable Christmas present for a grandparent or elderly relative.
What we thought of Famileo
If you’re looking for a way to stay connected with your loved ones, look no further than Famileo! We loved this printed family gazette 5 different family members created in minutes. Its easy-to-use interface was enjoyable and frictionless and even our older relatives had no issues creating user accounts and uploading photos. The small cost really does make it a fantastically affordable gift and it’s on our Christmas list for my mum and grandad for sure!
Last Updated on November 3, 2022 by Lucy Clarke