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schoolFeed, a free high school networking application operated by Classmates®, today announced that its 34 million users will now be able to view and interact with over 160,000 digitized yearbooks. schoolFeed by Classmates is a Facebook application that connects users with their high school class members through an online yearbook, a class directory featuring a real time news feed, interest subscriptions and online games. And now schoolFeed’s users can browse the Classmates catalogue of 160,000 digitized yearbooks.
“Our users tell us they love our online yearbook feature,” said Lance Tokuda, co-founder of schoolFeed. “By giving them access to the huge catalogue of real, digitized yearbooks from Classmates, we are offering them another unique way to connect with their class through fun photos and memories from high school, in addition to the current photos and interests they have created in their online yearbooks on our service to date.”
Classmates, on its website and now through its schoolFeed application, has the largest collection of digitized yearbooks online. Over 160,000 yearbooks, covering 30 million people, have been scanned and made available for users to browse. Users can find old photos, tag friends and share the photos on Facebook. In addition to being able to view and interact with the digitized yearbooks, users can order high quality reprints of a yearbook, or a print of any photo in the books.
Online Yearbook Features
The centerpiece of the schoolFeed experience is still the online yearbook, where high school class members add photos, updates and memories. More than 150,000 photos are added daily, as users customize and create a unique online home for their class.
To learn more about schoolFeed, visit
http://schoolfeed.classmates.com or the application on Facebook at
Classmates operates the leading online service in the U.S. for bringing high school classes together. With class lists that cover over 57 million registered accounts and include maiden names, Classmates makes it easy for its users to find and reconnect with high school friends. Classmates features the largest library of digitized yearbooks, with over 160,000 available to browse online, so users can tag and share old photos from school. The company also operates schoolFeed by Classmates, a high school social networking application on Facebook that has over 34 million registered accounts. Visit us at
www.classmates.com. Classmates is a subsidiary of United Online, Inc. (Nasdaq:UNTD).