Web App to 
Post and Discuss Content Temporarily

Features at a glance

Temporary posts

On 24now every post has a default lifetime of 24 hours. 

Keep the conversation going

A comment on a post renews its lifespan to 24 hours. 

It's over when it's over

After 24 hours of inactivity every post is deleted.

Share your post

Each post has a unique URL and can be shared to any other platform or service.

Post pictures and text

Pictures posted on 24now will be pixelated when shared to Facebook or Twitter.

Runs in your browser

24now is designed as a browser based app. No app install needed. 

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How it works

  1. Create a post
  2. Share the post with anyone on the web
  3. Each comment on your post renews the lifetime to 24 hours.
  4. The post owner and commenters are notified on new updates
  5. After 24 hours of inactivity a post is gone

Some GIFs to make it easier to understand

Create a 24 hour post

You can mention other 24now users or share posts URL to WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter or any other way you like.

Comment to keep conversations going

A timebar shows how long a conversation will be available. Each comment on a conversation renews the conversations lifetime to 24 hours.

Push Notifications keep you updated

24now sends personalized push notifications on your desktop and mobile. No app install required.

Share pictures

If you share a post with a picture to Facebook or Twitter your followers on those platforms will only see a pixelated version until they click and view it on 24now.

Keep an eye on open conversations

Our browser extension helps you to stay organized and always have a quick look at open conversations and how much time is left before they expire.



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    About us

    Two geeks from Europe interested in bringing temporary social media to the web.

    Our mission

    Create a minimalistic and lightweight web app for temporary conversations. Build a product that helps you to focus on the essential conversations and avoid information overload.


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