Freebok started out in early 1998 as a free guestbook service (hence the
name). Guestbooks remained our only service for quite long time. This enabled
us to take feedback from the users and implement requests quite fast.
In the August of 2002 Freebok experienced an extensive update. According to
feedback the guestbooks were not enough for many of our users. In many cases
guestbooks were used as simple discussion tools or for other purposes. This was
taken into account when designing the update. Now Freebok has the following
Member services ( i )
Freebok members may send messages to eachother in the Freebok management
pages. You can use a feature called Friend List to keep track of your
acquaintances. You will be able to see who is online and send private messages
Discussion ( f )
The discussion area is used as a demonstration of the Freebok
forums. Also forums for general discussion will be created if there
is enough interest for that in the Freebok community.
Guestbooks ( i )
Freebok guestbooks will allow you to add a guestbook to your homepage. The
guestbook service has grown to be quite feature rich, yet using the service is
Forums ( i )
The forum service will allow you to add a discussion board to your
homepage. At the moment the forum service is under beta testing.
We are always open to suggestions for new
services and improvements to the existing ones. New features are added as often
as time resources will allow us to implement them. These items are already on
- Simple feedback form
- Voting system
Getting started with Freebok
Most of the services in Freebok require for you to register a user account,
but there are some things that you can do without it. You can read other
user's guestbooks and sign them, there are also some discussion forums that
allow anonymous access.
You'll need to create a user account in order to fully use Freebok. An
account is required if you want to create a guestbook or discussion forum for
you own homepages. You can use your account to log in to other user's Freebok
forums and join forums that don't allow anonymous access.