I don’t know about your family, but it seems like most families have some sort of calendar or whiteboard posted on their refrigerator or some random wall that helps all of the family members to stay connected about what’s happening, what needs to happen, who’s doing what, etc. Verbally expressing this information is a good idea, but unless it’s written down, the details may be forgotten. Even though you have to rely on the fact that each family member will regularly check out this content, it’s still a helpful organizational method. Of course, with more and more families becoming connected online, it only makes sense that online options exist. MyHomePoint is one of these options.

Instead of just being a a simple calendar that one person can benefit from, MyHomePoint is a calendar that the whole family can get involved with. In fact, the account is built for your family. Tasks can be assigned and shared for each individual family member, notes are encouraged, and reminders can also be included. With MyHomePoint, pets can even be included in the family, and for some pet owners, they wouldn’t have it any other way. A free trial is available for one month, but after that, you’ll be charged a fee if you want to continue using the service. The problem with this is that the service doesn’t appear to have been updated in quite a while, so it’s time for the creators to get active with the development if they hope to encourage new users to become a part of what they’re doing.

[tags]MyHomePoint, Family, Family Members, Calendar, Whiteboard, Tasks, Pets[/tags]