I recently received an email about a new service that’s just been launched. Still in beta, Zooity offers users a one-place stop to share all your online ID’s and networks.
Now, instead of trying to remember where you are and trying to get all that info to someone who asks, it’s all in front of you. Signing up is easy and then it’s just a matter of updating your account with your networks.
While similar ideas have been done – MyBlogLog, for example – what I like about Zooity is that it offers less popular networks that other sites often leave out. It also breaks them down into niches and sub-genres, so you have video, music, social bookmarking, blogs and more. You can also customize a network if it’s not on Zooity and add it yourself.
There are a couple of things that could improve. If you’re checking a link and hit the back button, it appears to duplicate the entry. Also, it looks minimalistic at the minute. This may be the design plan and if so, fair enough – yet it’d be nice to be able to customize your page a little.
Still, these are very basic quibbles on what’s an otherwise cool little service. When you take into account that Zooity creator James Cross is only 19, then it’s even more impressive and something well worth checking out.