It is a tough challenge to face the situation when a family member or a friend passes away, but their Facebook profile remains. It feels weird to post stuff on their personal profiles, as Facebook doesn’t provide any facility to remember them and cherish some beautiful memories. In fact, Facebook is not the right place to share the feelings about the deceased Facebook user. A different digital medium shall be there on which to grieve.
Sanctri, a Facebook App that allows making pages and communities of those who passed away is the better way to remember the loved ones, share stories and experiences and memories attached to them. The admin of the page can invite people to view page and contribute their feelings. They need not sign up for Sanctri, as the link shared on any social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter or Email, will make them visit to Sanctri with a single click.
The contributors can post texts, images and comments on the Sanctri page and also it has a Lifebook, just like a digital book, which can be split into chapters where texts and images can be added. Sanctri is similar enough to Facebook, but there are certain differences. When a user posts on Sanctri, they are given the 5 prompts: contribute a thought, share a memory, post a song, pledge to do something in honour of the person or donate to charity.
Therefore, Sanctri is a good replacement for those who have passed away and a better platform to share feelings and thoughts that are related to the loved ones.