The first stage of the turnaround plan is to preserve the user's data on the company's servers, which should only mean people lose a day or two's worth of service. Next, the team will attempt to return the Narrative Clip 2 back to production in the hope of servicing those fans who wanted a model before money woes struck. Finally, if the team can turn a profit from user subscriptions and hardware sales, it'll look into developing the Narrative Clip 3.
Of course, there's still the question of how Narrative plans to generate sales in a world where lifelogging seems almost antiquated. Wesén told our sister site that Narrative managed to sell 40,000 units of the first two devices, but only managed to ship the 2 to pre-order customers before the money ran out. As such, he's feeling confident that there's potentially a large market that might still want to document their daily lives. It's a bet that he, and his colleagues, believe so strongly that they're prepared to put their own livelihoods on the line.