MyHeritage Employees Share Their Home Office Photos

At the start of the week, all MyHeritage employees around the world switched to working from home, to practice social distancing to the fullest. We are well-equipped and well-prepared...

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Korean Sisters Reunited Thanks to MyHeritage DNA

In December 2019, an incredible reunion took place. Sisters Kim and Trine met in Copenhagen. Watch their moving reunion here: Kim Ok Le, 43, was abandoned in a Catholic...

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COVID-19 Update and the Importance of Social Distancing

We would like to update you that all is well with MyHeritage. As the safety of our employees is a top priority for us, as of yesterday morning we...

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A Spotlight on Reclaim the Records

Today we’re writing about a non-profit organization that we believe deserves the spotlight  — Reclaim the Records. Led by genealogist Brooke Schreier Ganz, this group of activists — which...

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Thanks to MyHeritage DNA, A Father Reunites with the Daughter He Never Knew He Had

Anne Angot was born in 1972 in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, and was adopted by a French family at a year of age. She grew up knowing nothing of...

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11 Famous Americans with Irish Roots

March is Irish-American Heritage Month, and here at MyHeritage, we are celebrating by offering free access to Irish records from March 5–22, as well as a dedicated Irish heritage...

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New: Download a Comparison of Your Original and Colorized Photos

Last month we released MyHeritage In Color™, an exciting new feature for colorizing black and white photos automatically that helps bring them to life. It went viral and became...

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Historical Record Collections Added in February 2020

What a month! 815 million records were added to MyHeritage in the month of February 2020: 545 million records from U.S. City Directories, 250 million of inventors of historical...

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