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Description“A man's name is to him the sweetest and most important sound in any language.” – Dale Carnegie
Be someone who remembers everyone. Never again forget a face, no matter how long ago you met.
Everyface is a Name-to-Face Memorisation tool for professionals that want to ensure they never forget the names of the people they meet.
Essentially, after meeting someone you need/want to remember, Everyface can search Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter for an image of that person and save it to your ‘facecard-deck’ for memorising later. - No friend request required.
Memorise your faces once or twice a week when on a bus or waiting for someone. Everyface’s intelligent learning system enables you to learn faces quickly and retain them with minimal effort. Faces you recall quickly are asked less often and faces you struggle with are asked more frequently. A name memorised completely might only come up once every three months and so you need never delete faces learned and should find yourself remembering the names of acquaintances from potentially years ago. As its interface is based on well researched elements of brain-training, Everyface will also improve your ability to learn people’s names in general.
>> Starting a new job? To make a top first impression: grab a staff list and add your whole department. Scan images using your camera to save time.
>> Someone told you a key piece of information about themselves? Save it within contact notes, it will flash up when you are memorizing.
>> Spotted someone across the room, know you added them but haven’t used Everface in months? Just pull up your face-list, check their name and any notes you’ve made before heading over.
>> Never spot celebrities in public places? Let your stalker side out and add some of the less main stream faces off of twitter.
“Don’t say “hi mate, How’s it going?”, say “James, How’s it going?”: greeting someone with their name goes a long way.”
“I regularly find that if you meet someone a few times, even if you never had a proper conversation ever, if you use their name and ask about one thing you remember from last time, you both feel like you trust each other.”
“Its useful to know you won’t struggle to recall the name of that old friend you bump into but haven't seen for four years.”