Tags:genealogy

Happy July 4th: Enjoy Free Access to U.S. Newspapers

In honor of July 4th, we are delighted to announce FREE access to all U.S. Newspaper collections on MyHeritage’s SuperSearch™, for a limited time. From July 3, 2018 through July 8,...

Pedigree View Now Available in Edit Mode

We recently released the long awaited and highly requested Pedigree View for online family trees, which was very well received by our users. This new view enables you to...

New Feature: Pedigree View for Family Trees

You asked for it, and we developed it for you! This week, we released a Pedigree View mode for family trees, created in response to popular demand from our...

New Historical Records Added in March 2018

We’re delighted to announce the addition of 27.1 million historical records to SuperSearch™, bringing the total number of records available to 8.96 billion. Here’s a more detailed description of the...

New mobile app features: Inbox and Scanner – Part 1

We’re happy to announce two new features in the MyHeritage mobile app to help you improve your family history research: Inbox — a comprehensive email-based messaging feature to communicate...

We Are Heading to RootsTech 2018…

We’re excited to be returning Platinum sponsors at the world’s largest annual genealogy conference, RootsTech 2018, taking place February 28 – March 3, at the Salt Palace Convention Center in...

MyHeritage Genealogy Expert World Tour

The genealogy conference season is about to start and our genealogy expert Daniel Horowitz already has his suitcase packed. Each year, Daniel tours the genealogy world, attending the largest...

New Feature: Ethnicities Around the World

Now that MyHeritage DNA has surpassed one million people in the DNA database — we’re releasing a fun and original feature based on aggregated, anonymous ethnicity data from our...

Find Us At These Global Conferences in 2018!

Each year, we attend many different conferences around the world and this year is no exception. We are very excited to be attending over 30 conferences in 2018 and...