Create a Display Board of Your Social Accounts with Flavours.Me

If you are an active social media user and want to display all your social profiles and online identities on a single page, might help. It’s a free web tool which can be used to create a portral for all your social networking accounts. (see example)

I know Friendfeed and Facebook can be used to display all your social profiles, but here are a few reasons why you might like to stick with

  • You can not tweak the design of the page in Friendfeed and Facebook.
  • You can not show the page to someone who does not have an account on Friendfeed or Facebook.

So it’s clear that Friendfeed and Facebook are not the best options to create a simple display board for all your online profiles, blogs and so forth. Let’s see what has to offer.

Once you have signed up with, click the design link and you can choose the pattern of the page which you are going to create. There are three templates available – basic, widescreen and accordion.


Once you have selected the template, navigate to the backgrounds, colors and fonts tab to select the design of your page. You can upload an image or choose a custom color as the page background. The font colors and other design attributes can be completely customized and that gives the service an upper hand.

Next, click the “Services” link to add all the social accounts you own. This includes Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, YouTube, Tumblr, WordPress, Linkedin,, Blogger, Posterous, Netflix, Etsy, GoodReads and RSS.


Note: Clicking a social network icon will take you to the respective social site and you will have to grant access to the application.

The premium feature lets you see the stats from the dashboard and use a custom domain for the profile page.

Techie Buzz Verdict is a simple tool to quickly create a splash page for all your social accounts. I would love to see more services being integrated such as and Friendfeed.

Techie Buzz Verdict: 5/5 (Perfect).

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Amit Banerjee

Amit has been writing for Techie Buzz since early 2009 and keeps a close eye on web apps, Google and all things Tech. He also writes at his own tech blog, Ampercent. Follow him on Twitter @ amit_banerjee