A startup called Ammeter has been quietly working on a feature that would allow you to make and share your own history on social media.
The company has been working on the feature for several months now and announced a beta version last week.
As the Verge points out, Ammeter’s founders say that the feature will be ready for launch in the coming weeks.
Ammeter claims to have an average of around 2 million users on its platform, which it says is around three times larger than Facebook and Twitter combined.
This isn’t the first time Ammeter is making a move towards social media, either.
The startup has also made moves in the past to target other tech companies like Snapchat and Instagram.
The app launched a feature called the “App-to-App Network” earlier this year, but that feature only lets you add one app to the network and not another.
Ammet has since taken its social media features a step further, offering an app called “Ammeter+” that allows you to share your “history” across all of your Ammeter accounts.
In this app, you can share and download your history for free, and also make it available to others for a fee.
This is not the only way that Ammeter will allow you access to your history, either: in a blog post, Ammet founder and CEO Alex Toth said that the company will soon be introducing a “shared timeline” for people to share their Ammeter history with one another.
It sounds like the company plans to add an app for that as well, but it’s not clear yet how much of an effort it will make to make it a viable option.
Ambit is not alone in making moves toward social media in the tech space: Google and Facebook have both made moves to get into the game as well.
Google recently launched a “My Timeline” feature that lets users tag and comment on other people’s posts and photos, and Facebook recently started to let you create your own “friends” on the platform.