What's up with E-Cards these days?
June 10, 2024 9:55 AM   Subscribe

Need to coordinate getting a card signed by people across the state. What is the best in e-cards these days?

Ideally we can include photos/images

Possibly I want to ultimately print it out and give it to the person in person.

I want something that is not crappy looking and doesn't require creating a login.

Thank you!
posted by latkes to Media & Arts (3 answers total) 4 users marked this as a favorite
We use Kudoboard for this sort of thing where I work. You can create an account, but it isn't necessary. I'm not under the impression that it's terribly printable, though.
posted by jacquilynne at 10:09 AM on June 10 [3 favorites]

My company uses GroupGreeting, which seems to work well enough. We're a ~100 person satellite (and remote) office of a 3k+ employee company. Cost is important, but so is not looking crappy. I think a login is required for the person creating the card, but not for the signers.

I know the cards can save to PDF, which means it can be printed. A single card is $5 USD, and there is bulk pricing if you think this could be a regular thing.
posted by Meldanthral at 10:10 AM on June 10 [4 favorites]

I don't know about best, but I just signed a card using GroupGreeting. My experience was that you could indeed add a photo, and that, as a signer, I didn't have to create an account.
posted by kristi at 11:55 AM on June 10

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