Your memories and stories are safe for generations to come.
We don't advertise to you, we don't sell your data. Our policy is clear. Members subscribe through a monthly or annual fee for the service and there are no storage fees.
You own your pictures, no one has access to them unless you explicitly invite them as your guests. The images you add to Ponga are archived and protected. Your image metadata and Ponga picture content are archived in their native formats and preserved.
The stories in your Ponga pictures should be shared, so we designed Ponga so that our members can invite as many free guests as they like. Plus, since you always own your own pictures, you are also always in control. This best practices tip walks you through a few considerations for sharing that may help you get the most out of Ponga and your family photos.
Many people in the #familyhistory and #genealogy world use social media accounts on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, and now even Mastodon to connect with people they might not otherwise know as a way to learn more about their ancestors, a period of time, or specialized techniques. This tip will show you how to include links to your social media sources for such discoveries right in your Ponga pictures. Spoiler: It's as easy as Copy and Paste. 😉
One of the biggest challenges to downsizing is letting stuff go. Precious memorabilia, gifts, and treasures seem to hold the essence of life. Letting go of them feels like letting go of a little piece of your life. Here’s the thing, that doesn't have to be true.
The stories you tell in the town square are very different from the ones you share at home on the sofa. Privacy is necessary in sharing authentic stories.Learn More
Recognizing historical and social clues can be as important as spotting familiar faces. Soon photos become key records in your family history.Learn More
When your old family photos digital and in Ponga, sorting fun and magical. They're also easy to share, and become magnets for the stories that connect you as a family.Learn More