Your Stories Matter

Why Record and Share Your Life

Remembering your life is just as important as living it.

Backup Your Life

Create a permanent backup of your memories and analog photos! As we get older, it only gets harder and harder to remember the precious moments in life – unless you capture them in CueBack.

Pass It Down

Don’t you wish you could hear your parents’ and grandparents’ voices again? The funny stories they told? Their pearls of wisdom? Your children and grandchildren will want to remember your voice too.

Fully Remember

Your memories are a critical part of you – lose them, and you lose a piece of ‘you’. Capture the full story by collaborating with family and friends to fill in gaps and add their perspectives.

Share Your Life

Remember the last time you reunited with close friends and reminisced about old times? When you can’t be together, share, relive, and laugh on CueBack.

"Nostalgia helps bring your psychological state back into balance. It elevates your mood and your deflated self-esteem...You come out of the experience with a stronger sense of belonging."
Clay Routledge, PhD (North Dakota State University, Health/Social Psychology)
"Group-based reminiscence therapy, was reported as successful in reducing both social isolation and depression."
Linda Franck
Nicholas Molyneux
Lynne Parkinson (Quality of Life Research)
“Nostalgia has been shown to counteract loneliness, boredom and anxiety. It makes people more generous to strangers and more tolerant of outsiders. Couples feel closer and look happier when they’re sharing nostalgic memories. On cold days, or in cold rooms, people use nostalgia to literally feel warmer.”
Tim Wildschut, PhD (University of Southampton, Social & Personality Psychology)
“The more children know about their family background the more well-adjusted they are, the better they do in school, and the more resilient they are."
Marshall P. Duke, PhD (Emory University, Psychology)
“Older people have different needs. They value emotional goals over other goals… And, older adults use positive memories to help regulate their emotional state.”
Mara Mather, PhD (USC, Gerontology & Psychology)
Laura Carstensen, PhD (Stanford University, Psychology & Longevity)
“The ability to recall and reflect helps older adults remember who they used to be in order to help them define their identity in the current moment. The stories of the past provide a source of affirmation, hope, and belief that their legacy will be preserved.”
Andrea Bjornestad, PhD (South Dakota State University, Mental Health Specialist)
“Nostalgia helps bring your psychological state back into balance. It elevates your mood and...you come out of the experience with a stronger sense of belonging.”
Matt Stevens, New York Times
“It turns out that forgetting can help us gain expertise, and when we relearn something we couldn’t recall, we often develop a richer form of understanding. Forgetting is a matter of ‘retrieval failure.’ To remember something important, you have to keep experiencing it.”
Robert A. Bjork, PhD (UCLA, Cognitive Psychology)

How We’re Different

Simply put, CueBack is the best digital platform to reminisce on.

Closing Gap

The older we get, the more memories we accumulate, but the harder it is to remember them. We get it. CueBack helps you recall your dormant memories using prompts, music, cultural cues, MindPops™, and more.

Meaningful Content

Enjoy meaningful stories, memories, and experiences with those who matter. Reminisce, relive, and savor the special moments in your life that make you who you are.

Real Collaboration

Collaborate the way you do in real life. Combine everyone’s perspective to capture the full story. Have fun correcting, embellishing, reinterpreting, and even creating R and PG rated versions for different audiences.

Organized Memories

Create a permanent record of your life that is well organized and easily searchable. Group your memories into Collections by topics, places, eras, people, events, or however else you decide!

We do all of this while giving you transparent, easy control over who sees what.
“I can really see how this is intuitive for older people as well as younger people”
Karen C.
“This could be a tool for many positive outcomes.”
Ben B.
”Way better than Facebook!”
Chloe S.
“Fascinating stuff, I’d forgotten 90% of memories that I was a part of! Shows how useful this is.”
Derek B.
“Thank you so much! Wow, this is such a wealth of information. This is a dream!”
Emily W.
“Thanks for doing this!”
Eric Z.
“Perfect for helping me tease out life stories for my memoir. No more writers block!”
Ian T.
(Names anonymized for privacy)

How We Take Care of Your Data

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We do not sell or share your data. We have no advertisements on our site.

Your memories are precious to us. We don’t want your memories of your mother’s cooking, your father’s sage advice, or your private moments with friends sold to the highest bidder. We don't sell the content of your posts like other sites.

We treat your memories the same way we want our own memories to be treated.

Read our Privacy Policy in full.

Read what our users are saying

"The first thing thing I click on in my emails after work is CueBack notifications."
Louis Y.
"Fascinating stuff, I’d forgotten 90% of memories that I was a part of! Shows how useful this is."
Derek B.
"Way better than Facebook."
Chloe S.
"Perfect for helping me tease out life stories for my memoir. No more writers block!"
Ian T.
"Very helpful for me to try to remember stories about myself when I was younger."
Tim A.
"A tool for many positive outcomes. You guys are doing good work."
Ben B.
"Great way for families to pass on family history and values."
Kelly Y.
"I was very impressed. The site is really intuitive."
Randy P.
(Names anonymized for privacy)

Nothing to lose, your memories to retain

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