We Are Heading to MyHeritage LIVE!

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The wait is finally over! With less than 24 hours to go, our team is quite busy making all the last minute preparations for MyHeritage LIVE – our first-ever international user conference taking place this weekend, from 2-4 November in Oslo, Norway.

We are so excited to welcome the hundreds of MyHeritage users from all over the world who have flown in to Oslo for this special event. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from world-renowned speakers on all the latest within genealogy and DNA, ask questions, expand their knowledge base and give feedback. They will meet other MyHeritage users and mingle with MyHeritage staff and experts.

If you are unable to attend in person this year, we are delighted to announce that we will be offering a live stream of our genealogy and DNA lectures. We want to ensure that every MyHeritage user can take advantage of all the expert genealogy advice and DNA wisdom that is being shared this weekend.

Live Streaming Details

Starting 3 November, at 9:00 a.m. Oslo time, you will have the opportunity to choose to stream either our DNA or genealogy track via the MyHeritage LIVE website: live2018.myheritage.com. You can also visit our Facebook page to watch via Facebook Live. Be sure to check out the conference schedule to plan accordingly. If you need help calculating the time difference to your local time zone, you can use a time zone converter.

In addition to all the lectures that are being live streamed, there will be plenty of exciting announcements and surprises. Keep up with all the conference fun by following the hashtag #MHLIVE2018 on Facebook and Twitter to stay a part of the conversation.

Will you be tuning in to our live stream? Let us know in the comments below which lecture you are most excited to watch!

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  • Diane Thomson


    November 3, 2018

    Having had my DNA done, I am surprised it showed I was not of French descent. The reason I know I am is from my grandmothers dairy which says her family were Houganouts in France and left when folks of the Prodestant religion were either murdered or forced to flee France in the 14th century I believe.. Also my maternal great grandmother was supposed to have been born in Paris but I have no proof.. My maternal grandfather was born in San Francisco in 1879 and ended up in NZ. He never shared any of his heritage with his children…..

  • D. Reeves


    November 3, 2018

    The DNA lectures and what updates will be coming soon. Will these lectures be taped and have free access? Where can you watch them?

  • Lisa Toth


    November 3, 2018

    Sure would like to find out what a membership costs. Not just the 2 week trial.