Path was a content hosting silo for private sharing of information among a small (limit 150) group of friends. On 2018-09-17, Path announced they would be closing 2018-10-18, with customer service open until 2018-11-15. Originally announced at https://path.com/about, now (2018-11-20) down or unresponsive.
How to export
Prior to [10.18.2018], you can restore retrieve a copy of your data (i.e. your images, text, videos) by following below steps:
- Visit https://path.com/settings/backups
- Log in with your Path account
- Click the button and enter email address that you wish to receive the backup files
- Open your Path app and go to Setting
- Click the button and enter your email address that you would like to receive the backup files.
- Please make sure that your Path app is the latest ver.
Please note that you will not be able to access the backup service site after [10.18.2018]. We may not retain copies of any of your data on and from that date. Accordingly, you are encouraged to download and keep copies of your data if you wish to have access from [10.18.2018].
Random bits of UI from Path.com.
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Unsubscribe Confirmation Page
If you receive an email from "firstname.lastname@example.org", it likely has a line like:
If you do not wish to receive these emails, click here to unsubscribe.
If you click the "click here" link, you get the following semi clever confirmation screen:
Filled rectangle used to redact email address.
The blue and red segments are actually animated, as if they're lightcycles from a birds eye view.
Reloading the page restarts the animation.
Screenshots that Jacky Alciné took before the Android application went out of commission.
Path allowed for a quick access menu to select what kind of post the user'd like to make.
Personalized User Stream
Individual Activity Viewing
Face pile with corresponding reactji
Personal Feed (Header)
A look at one's personal page and history.
Targeted Message Sending
UI for selecting and sending messaging (no keyword popover).