After all the blogposts and articles that you have written about MyHeritage over the last few months, we would just like to say, "Thank You." We were very happy to see that after the news of the new bonds between Kindo and MyHeritage, so many of you have continued to be interested in us and write about us.
And there was a lot of news: the teaming up of MyHeritage and DNA testing company FamilyTreeDNA to offer users the possibility to research their family history through DNA tests, the development of a new version of the Family Tree Builder, the popular research software of MyHeritage with new functionality, and the launch of file sharing on your family sites allowing users to upload and share video's, audio files and documents.
For those interested in reading more, here is a very small selection of the coverage of MyHeritage worldwide:
The United Kingdom:
Times.co.uk: Major UK newspaper The Times ran this article: A big thank you to Murad for writing such an insightful story about the use of MyHeritage in family research.
The United States:
Babble.com: At parenting website babble they discovered our look-a-like meter and this feature was the result.
Softhoy.com: As you know, last month we launched a new version of the MyHeritage Family Tree Builder, and it has produced some nice coverage among users trying out the new software, like this one.
Acercadeinternet: Also, when we launched the MyHeritage video sharing option, this user decided to try it out and write about it. You can find the article here.
Mjukvara.se: Swedish blogger Christian has written this cool overview of how to use MyHeritage, how to become a member and make the most of the site.
Bangaloreinc: Our country manager Daksh did a nice interview with Bangaloreinc about what it is like to be 'managing' communities in India, talking about how Indian families react to and use the site. See here for the full interview.
Diglog.com: Here is a nice story for those of you who read Chinese. It was published after MyHeritage partnered with Family Tree DNA to offer users a DNA test to find out about their family history.
Ahmetdursun: Turkish Blogger Ahmet has written a great, detailed article about how to research your family history on MyHeritage, read it here.
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