If you’re like most people, you aren’t eager to spend time thinking about what would happen if you became unable to direct your own medical care because of illness, an accident, or advanced age. However, if you don’t do at least a little bit of planning — writing down your wishes about the kinds of […]
Email and Social Media
Welcome to Day 16!
Today you will compile info and details on your Email and Social Media Accounts.
If you have the Yup I’m Dead…Now What? Book, you can find it in Chapter 19.
In this Chapter, you will document your Email Accounts, Logins and Passwords, and the same for any Social Media Accounts you have.
Nobody ever really dies in the 21st century because even when your physical body leaves the world, a digital legacy is left behind. When you die, it doesn’t necessarily mean your social media self dies too.
According to reports in 2016, around 8000 Facebook users die daily, the equivalent of 428 every hour.
In the first ten years of Facebook’s existence, 30 million users died — with 312,500 now reportedly passing away each month.
In fact, if the social networking giant stops growing, more users will be dead than alive by 2065.
So what happens to your Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts when you die?
- This is what happens to your social media accounts after you die.
- How To Manage A Digital Legacy After Someone Departs
- What to do with Someone’s Online Accounts after they Die
Some people choose to appoint a Digital Executor to manage their digital assets after they die. Some people leave this task to their Executor and state it in their Will.
The simplest way to ensure that your executor will be able to access your digital assets and accounts after you die is for you document them in the Yup I’m Dead…Now What? Book