Taking place at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, this exciting one-day workshop is a great way to learn how to make the most of your family history research.
2014 marks a century since the outbreak of World War I. On July 28 1914, the Austro-Hungarian Empire invaded Serbia, beginning a world war that would last four years and result in millions of casualties.
Were your ancestors among the brave men who fought? How did they serve their country? Learn more about them by searching hundreds of thousands of WWI military records.
Join us for an interactive webinar about the MyHeritage Mobile application, and learn how you can take your family tree with you on-the-go.
Share family moments, discover and edit your family history and keep in touch with the people you love, anywhere and anytime.
Register for free here: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/841346599.
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
1pm - 2pm Central Daylight Time
2pm - 3pm Eastern Daylight Time
6pm - 7pm Greenwich Mean Time
(To find the time of the webinar at your location, use this Time Zone Converter.)
We look forward to seeing you there!
We’re happy to announce a new version of the MyHeritage mobile app with great improvements for managing photos.
The MyHeritage mobile app is an easy way to build and edit your family tree on-the-go, and to research historical records, wherever you are.
With the new and improved version of the mobile app, it is now easier than ever to manage your family site photos directly from your mobile device. Now you can see all those photos, as well as tagged photos for any individual in your tree.
This blog post covers the new updates to the MyHeritage mobile app. To read about the app’s many existing features, please see the following blog posts from past releases.
There are two major additions to the new version:
1- The new Family Photos section on the home screen replaces the previous Photo Sharing section. Tap it to view all albums from your family site, and all photos in any album.
This year was the 45th Southern California Genealogical Society's Jamboree, a great gathering of attendees and presenters covering the entire spectrum of genealogical pursuits, from DNA to specific countries.
We were happy to help attendees learn more about MyHeritage.
We're getting ready for the 45th annual SCGS Jamboree conference, organized by the Southern California Genealogical Society, which will be held June 5-8.
This year's theme is “Golden Memories: Discovering Your Family History.” The focus is on our European ancestors. Class sessions are scheduled for German, Irish, English/UK, Scotland, Eastern Europe, Italian, Mennonite, Swedish, and Russian, as well as African American and Jewish classes. An entire day (Thursday, June 5) is dedicated to learning about family history through DNA.
We're excited to announce an exclusive webinar with A.J. Jacobs, well-known author, editor and genealogist, on Wednesday, May 21, 2014.
Hear first-hand about A.J.'s own journey to his past and his upcoming attempt to enter the Guinness Book of Records for the largest family reunion ever.
He's sure to make us both laugh and inspire us in our own family history research.
Register for free here: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/429203623.
Today we are pleased to announce that MyHeritage has reached an exciting milestone: we've surpassed 5 billion historical records!
It has taken only two years for MyHeritage to build this treasure trove of historical information demonstrating that MyHeritage is one of the fastest-growing and most internationally diverse family history companies in the world.
We recently hosted an online webinar on how to discover family history through gravestones. We were joined by two of our experts - US genealogy advisor Schelly Talalay Dardashti and chief genealogist Daniel Horowitz.
Schelly talked about the information that can be revealed about family via gravestones. Daniel discussed our recent partnership with BillionGraves and how to get involved in preserving cemeteries for future generations.
Did you miss it? Don't worry! Click on the video below to watch the full webinar.
Don’t forget to check our other webinars for even more genealogy tips to help make family history research easier.
Have ideas for other webinars? Let us know in the comments below.