One of the biggest differences you will notice between the new site and the original version is that instead of asking you how you feel about getting old, we’re asking how you want to get old. In other words, we’re asking you to rethink what it means to get old.
The other major change is a new and simpler design that, combined with some new tools, will make this site easier to navigate and make sharing content with others on your social networks easier. And we encourage you to share. You can do this by claiming your age and answering the new question in the new “Declare” section of the site, which you’ll find in the middle of the homepage, or by posting your own story on the new “Inspire” page (via the Inspire link at the top-right of the homepage). You can also share other content from the site's three sections — including the new "Explore" section, at the bottom of the page, which offers news and information from across the Web, from our GetOld partners and from Pfizer Chief Medical Officer Freda Lewis-Hall, M.D. — on your social networks.
As part of the site transition, we have moved much of the content from the original GetOld.com — including many of our users' stories — to the new site, in both the "Inspire" and "Explore" sections. We've also added new content and will continue to do so regularly.
We hope that the new site will help move our continuing, candid conversation on aging to a whole new level and build a larger community of people interested in aging and living better. We’re delighted that you’re visiting the site and hope you enjoy it.