The users will have to capture into a field on their profile, then post it on their profile.
Once their school is unlocked, they can access the profiles of others in their school community (and all over!) so they can get to know people better in their school and nearby schools, discover others who are into the same stuff they are, and connect with them.
How It Works
• Build a profile by adding videos to fields of the things you like, the things you don't, how you do things, and more.
• Discover others who are into the same things you are into and connect with them.
• Share to dozens of fields in various sections of your profile such as "Music," "Home," and "School."
• Change out and replace your videos in fields at any moment, as often as you like.
"Thank you so much to everyone made this possible. I can't believe the life I'm living and so grateful for all of it," Sayman said on his Facebook page.
Lifestage allows you to share a visual profile of who you are with your (school) network.
"Like Facebook in 2004, we are rolling out Lifestage on a school by school basis. By default, all schools start locked and as soon as 20 people sign up for any particular school, the school unlocks. From there, we plan on exploring how to further expand Lifestage," said Sayman on Facebook.
According to Pando, Sayman's mom has seen her son balance his passion and studies.
"I watch my son, every night and every single day, staying up until 4 or 5 am, working on the app, doing his homework, sleeping two or three hours, and then going to school. I decided at one point he can't do everything at one time. You do the apps or you study very hard," said Cristina Sayman.
Sayman decided to make apps.
Only time will tell if Sayman's Lifestage will be able to beat Snapchat.
[Image via Michael Sayman]