Notevee gives users a way to post social notes and hold conversations on specific topics. Users create conversation pages. These pages consist of images, video, notes and text related to a specific topic, event, person or anything else the user can think of. Users can read and rate conversation pages and post additional notes of their own. Conversation pages can also compare topics, such as cats versus dogs. The pages include the user’s comments, in thread form, with sharing options at the top of the page. Users can share a conversation page through Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. Users can also see a list of recently added notes, even when viewing a conversation pages. This allows users to jump right to an active conversation page where they can give input and see what others have to say. When posting to a conversation page, users can also add a file attachment to provide more information or an image.Show more screenshots »
Notevee was founded in July of 2011 by Mathew Simonton. The application was intended to spark conversations and encourage users to socialize and discuss topics of interest. The site provided support for various types of content, including images, videos and links. By not restricting topics to a specific category, Notevee continues to encourage more users to participate and share what they think and know on various subjects and discussions.
Notevee.com was shut down in 2012.
Versatility is what really makes Notevee shine. The application could be classified as a glorified Facebook wall, however it manages to break away from the obvious comparison with a few helpful features. Users can post various types of files, show images and compile all their resources about a specific topic in one place. Notevee keeps things interesting by encouraging other users to post to conversation pages to create an ongoing exchange of information and opinions.
Notevee.com uses a simple site design that focuses on blue and white. The conversation page looks outdated and ugly. The right side lists recent comments made to the page, including any images or videos posted by Notevee users. A narrow column along the right side shows the user a list of recent activity that includes the user’s name and what they commented on with a link to the conversation page.
A new user does not have to register for a Notevee account to browse or post to pages. Users can choose to post anonymously if they like. Users who would like to log in can do so on the conversation page. At the bottom of the page, above the “Post a Note” form, the user can find two blue buttons. The top button allows the user to log in with a Facebook account while the bottom button offers a Twitter login.
Notevee is a fun service that works somewhat like a social network. Charging a fee would discourage user participation. Luckily the site’s creators have kept it accessible and completely free to all users. Anyone can visit the site and post comments or search through conversation pages.
We can't find a reason to enjoy Notevee.com.