Sharing the Web Through Stich.It: How it Works (Part 1)

Over a year ago, I had mentioned a site that I found called, which allows you to pair multiple links together in a “stich.” Once you have paired all of your links together, you are given a unique URL to share with others.  It gives you the ability to share a series of webpages, pictures, YouTube  links, into a shareable experience that calls a “micro web.” If you want to see a “stich” in action, check out this cool example!

Today I would like to focus on how do you use this cool web tool? First of all, there is no need for a username! This is great for those of you who hate trying to remember all of those passwords!

  • Step 1: Copy and paste the URL’s you would like to share into Stich.It. Leave a space or create a new line for your next link!
  • Step 2: Click the Stich.It button at the bottom of the screen. This will create your “micro web” experience called a “stich.”
  • Step 3: A unique URL will be generated, so that you can share with the world. Underneath the URL is a place for you to name your stich.
  • Step 4: You will see all of your stiches listed at the bottom of your screen. You can annotate each page, so that users can get a description of the page or directions.
  • Step 5: Share with the world!

Sharing is even easier with the Bookmarklet, which functions very much like Pinterest’s one. Check this out for more information.

Over the next few posts, I will share some ideas on how to use it! Stay tuned!


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