groupme
groupme:

Ever tried to find an old photo someone shared in a group? You can scroll back forever and ever and eventually it’s just not worth it.

Here’s a tip: just use our handy gallery view! It’s a quick and easy way to see every photo ever shared in any group. From our web app, just click the Photo Gallery button in the details panel, and boom — you’ve got quick access to all your group’s photos.

In our iPhone and Android apps, pull over to the right drawer. Then hit the photo icon (iPhone) or tap “Gallery” (Android) to see them all.


Hopefully this helps you find some old memories to dig up and share with your friends. Have fun! 

groupme:

Ever tried to find an old photo someone shared in a group? You can scroll back forever and ever and eventually it’s just not worth it.

Here’s a tip: just use our handy gallery view! It’s a quick and easy way to see every photo ever shared in any group. From our web app, just click the Photo Gallery button in the details panel, and boom — you’ve got quick access to all your group’s photos.

In our iPhone and Android apps, pull over to the right drawer. Then hit the photo icon (iPhone) or tap “Gallery” (Android) to see them all.

Hopefully this helps you find some old memories to dig up and share with your friends. Have fun! 

exchangealumni
fdrlibrary:

“This nation asks for action, and action now.”
                        -Franklin Roosevelt, Inaugural Address, March 4, 1933
In his inaugural address, FDR demanded “action, and action now” to fight the Great Depression. He did not waste any time in delivering on that promise. On his first full day in office he called Congress into special session. He had promised Americans a New Deal.  Now he began to construct it. 
Roosevelt’s New Deal would touch virtually every aspect of American economic life and forever change the role of the Federal Government in the lives of Americans.

fdrlibrary:

“This nation asks for action, and action now.”

                        -Franklin Roosevelt, Inaugural Address, March 4, 1933

In his inaugural address, FDR demanded “action, and action now” to fight the Great Depression. He did not waste any time in delivering on that promise. On his first full day in office he called Congress into special session. He had promised Americans a New Deal.  Now he began to construct it.

Roosevelt’s New Deal would touch virtually every aspect of American economic life and forever change the role of the Federal Government in the lives of Americans.