28    Mar 20121 comment

Poll: Multilingual family tree?

People have been migrating around the world much more frequently over the past century or so, as international travel has became much easier (from steamships to rail to jets). All this movement impacts many of us as we now have branches located around the globe. It also means that in many family trees, various languages are represented in those branches.

In line with this, we’d love to hear from you as to how many different languages are spoken in your family tree. We look forward to your answers on our survey below:

This can be a challenge for family history researchers when they try to communicate with branches now living around the world. It's also why we have made MyHeritage available in 38 languages.

MyHeritage is available in 38 languages

MyHeritage is available in 38 languages

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  1. Great idea. In our family tree we now have English, Dutch, Swedish, Spanish and Afrikaans. English is spoken in 4 dialects!

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