22    Sep 20140 comments

Enriching Your Family Tree: Photos, records and more!

Last week, we held a webinar on ways to enrich your family tree.

Adding information, photos and more are great ways to update and preserve your family history.

Our webinar demonstrated how to add multimedia, save and extract information from records and SmartMatches, personalizing your family site, adding sources and more!

Did you miss it? Don’t worry! Click 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. We hope to see you next time!

14    Sep 20143 comments

Webinar: How to enrich your family tree

MyHeritage is an excellent place to preserve and share your family memories by building your family tree and collaborating with others.

Join us for a free webinar: "Enriching your family tree: Photos, records and more!"

We’ll show you how to enhance your family tree and add more color to it. Learn how to upload your photos and videos, save records, enter notes and more.

Register for free here: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/335784095.

Date: Thursday, September 18, 2014.

Time:
10 AM Los Angeles
1 PM New York
6 PM London

(To find the time of the webinar at your location, use this Time Zone Converter.)

Have a question on how to enrich your family tree? Leave a comment below and we'll try to answer as many as we can during the webinar. Looking forward to see you online!

9    Sep 20140 comments

Thank you to our volunteers: MyHeritage supports 40 languages

MyHeritage is proud to be a worldwide family network available in 40 languages.

Since our first day, we have been committed to providing our tools and features in the native languages of our users. This effort has been made possible thanks to our many volunteers.

This dedicated group of users are always willing to donate their time and we are so very thankful to them.

However, some of our language translations are still incomplete. More volunteers are always needed and welcome.

We encourage others to volunteer and help with this important task. If you would like to volunteer, send an email to translate@myheritage.com.

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7    Sep 20141 comment

MyHeritage featured on prime time news

This weekend, MyHeritage Founder & CEO Gilad Japhet was interviewed on Israel's leading prime time TV news show to discuss MyHeritage and some of its pro bono projects. These include discovering heirs for unclaimed assets confiscated in WWII, returning looted art to its rightful owners and our global crowdsourcing project with BillionGraves to digitally preserve the world's cemeteries.

Our technologies are helping millions of families around the world discover more about their history. We're happy to take our mission several steps further by proactively initiating and executing important projects that have the potential to make the world a better place. Watch the video clip with English subtitles below:

We're proud of our motto to not only do well, but also do good, and we will strive to continue in this direction in the years ahead.

3    Sep 20142 comments

MyHeritage and BillionGraves honored for global crowdsourcing project

We work hard to provide greater access to family history information and so were thrilled to be awarded the Presidential Citation at the FGS (Federation of Genealogical Societies) conference this past weekend, along with BillionGraves, for our partnership in promoting the preservation of international burial locations.

The Federation of Genealogical Societies was established in 1976 and represents more than 500 member genealogy and history societies, including over a half-million individual members. You can learn more about FGS in our genealogy society spotlight blog post.

Gravestones are a great resource for family history investigation and a useful tool to learn more about your ancestors. They provide detailed information such as names, dates of birth and death and often describe personality. However, natural wear and tear means that these important family history sources need to be preserved before it’s too late. Together, MyHeritage and BillionGraves launched a global initiative to digitize cemeteries and gravestones to preserve these gravestones by making them accessible for free online to millions to aid in their family history research.

Watch the video below to hear MyHeritage Founder and CEO Gilad Japhet explain the tremendous importance of this project and the value of gravestones for genealogy.

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21    Aug 20141 comment

Golden Genealogy Rules: Webinar

What’s the best way to begin your family tree?  What should you look out for in historical records to learn more about your ancestors? These are just some of the questions Australian Geneablogger Shauna Hicks spoke about in last week’s webinar on the Golden Rules of Genealogy.

Shauna gave great tips and tricks to jumpstart your family history research and help discover more about your ancestors, build a family tree and how to uncover information from historical records.

Don’t worry if you happened to miss out!  Click on the video below for the whole webinar.

Want more genealogy tips? Check our other webinars for more ways to help make your family history research easier.

Start your journey of discovery today, build a free family tree, and let us know what you find out!

11    Aug 20143 comments

Golden Genealogy Rules: Tips to uncover your family heritage

Join Australian family history expert and geneablogger Shauna Hicks for an interactive webinar for tips and tricks to jump start your family history research.

She’ll highlight the golden rules of genealogy for discovering more about your ancestors, building your family tree and learning more about your family heritage. Sign up now.

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4    Aug 20147 comments

New Photo Uploading Experience

We're excited to let you know that we've made it quicker and easier to add photos and videos to MyHeritage family sites! Whether you wish to add a few photos or hundreds in one go, you can drag and drop photos from anywhere on your computer and bring more color to your family tree.

You'll encounter the following enhancements in your family site:

Uploading photos and videos to albums:

Wherever you are on your family site, you can use the drop down menu on the main toolbar to add photos and videos to your albums. Scroll over the Photos tab and select "Add photos & videos."'

Add photos and videos from the Photos tab (Click to zoom).

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28    Jul 20140 comments

MyHeritage Mobile App: Take your family tree on-the-go

Ever wanted to know more about where your ancestors came from and the generations of people who made who you are today?  With the MyHeritage mobile app you can share family moments, discover and edit your family history and keep in touch with the people you love, anywhere and anytime.

Last week, we held a webinar on how to use the MyHeritage Mobile App. We reviewed how to edit family trees, easily add people, events and relationships, capture and share family photos, and search through billions of global historical records.

Don’t worry if you happened to miss out! Click the video below to watch the full webinar.

Want more genealogy tips? Check our other webinars for more ways to help make your family history research easier.

Start your journey of discovery today, and let us know what you find out!

16    Jul 20140 comments

MyHeritage sponsors NEHGS Family History Day

Join MyHeritage and the New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) for NEHGS Family History Day on Saturday, August 2, 2014.

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.

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