Webinar: Family history research made easier

Family Tree Builder 6.0 (click to enlarge)
Family Tree Builder 6.0 (click to enlarge)

Following the success of How to find your relatives in the 1940 US Census, we invite you to register for our next webinar: “Family Tree Builder: Tips and tricks to make family history research easier.” The webinar will take place on Thursday, May 17 at 2pm EDT*.

Want to learn the tricks of the trade from our MyHeritage experts? In this session, we’ll discuss:

• Building or importing a family tree

• Tips to help you improve your research

• Sharing information with other family members

MyHeritage’s free software – Family Tree Builder – is perfect for creating family trees, adding photos and optionally publishing to the Web for sharing with family members with full privacy control including preventing online publishing of specific people, specific notes, specific facts or certain facts for all people.

Family Tree Builder (FTB) uses the latest technologies to help extend your family tree with additional ancestors and family members, reunite long lost family relatives and improve genealogy research. With full support in more than 38 languages, FTB is a popular, free software for genealogy.

Download FTB now and get ready for this great session

* Time Zones: London, UK 7pm; New York, 2pm; Chicago, 1pm; Salt Lake City, 12 noon; Los Angeles, 11am.

Have questions you’d like answered? Add them to the comments below, and we’ll address them during the webinar.

Feel free to click “like” on this post. Share it with your friends so they can also join in – the webinar is open to everyone.

We look forward to seeing you online.

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  • Anne Marie Cabrejos

    May 11, 2012

    If it’s today, I’ve already missed it and certainly would appreciate abit of notice in the future. If not today, don’t seem to see date posted.

  • Tom.

    May 11, 2012

    Q: How to merge two independent FTB projects into single tree.

  • Elisabeth Meier

    May 12, 2012

    I really would love to attend but we are having out of town guests. Is there any way that My Heritage can start making CDs or put it on line for people to listen to later? I know that Legacy does this.


  • Aaron

    May 12, 2012

    Hi Anne, the webinar is scheduled for Thursday May 17 at 2pm.

    Hi Tom, please can you contact support@myheritage.com

    Hi Elisabeth, please keep checking this blog and our social media channels for updates.


  • Anne Smith

    May 13, 2012

    Will have to check timeline, but think this is a great idea to help people.

  • shelley

    May 14, 2012

    Will there be anything on finding family pre 1650’s Uk, Ireland?

  • Toni

    May 14, 2012

    Wat about Australia our family tree has been hard to research on my dads side “Brought”

  • Toni

    May 14, 2012

    That was suppose to say “Broughton”

  • Aaron

    May 14, 2012

    Hi Shelly and Toni, the webinar will be demonstrating MyHeritage’s Family Tree Building software and explaining how to make your research easier. The questions you’ve asked are great questions and you should definitely ask the presenters to explain how to find the information you’re searching for.

  • Margaret Senger

    September 11, 2012

    I am having a very difficult time discovering any information regarding my maternal grandmother Rose Margaret Runser nee Ryan. I believe she died in 1930 or 1931, may have been born in Oil City, PA, in 1896. I sure would appreciate any information or help getting to the bottom of this perplexing dilemma. Thank you so very much for your time, and I seriously look forward to hearing from someone. Maggi

  • David Radford

    October 24, 2014

    I am looking for the name of of my g. grandfather Gideon Radford b. 1821 in Stokes Co., N.C. I have seen his parents listed as ukn. Mr. Radford (No birth year given) and Elizabeth. I would appreciate any help.
    Thank you,
    David . Radford