There is just a little trick to standardizing places on FamilySearch. Take a quick look at this short video to see how to do this
Are you interested in standardizing your ancestors’ dates on FamilySearch, but are a little confused? Take a look at this short video to see how it works.
Did you know that you can now view the record hints on the timeline for your ancestors on FamilySearch if they have any? Take a look at this video to see how it could be a better way to see if the record hint is really a match or not
FamilySearch is beginning to add Country Pages to help you research your ancestors.
“FamilySearch’s country pages provide resources for those seeking to learn more about their heritage across the globe. Each page contains information that teaches where your family comes from, gives resources to help you start your research, and provides links to FamilySearch’s records collections for that country.”
Click here to learn all about this. I am sure they will be adding more countries in the future. I would love to hear how this has helped you in your research.
When you are on FamilySearch and can’t find your way back to yourself, watch these videos to see how easy it is depending if you are on the landscape view, fan chart, or person page. There is an easy way to go back to yourself.
This video is how to get back to yourself from the Landscape view in FamilySearch.
This video is how to get back to yourself from the Fan Chart in FamilySearch
This last video is how to get back to yourself from a Person Page on FamilySearch
Do you have an ancestor on FamilySearch, and you just determined a sibling, but don’t have the parents information yet? Take a look at this video to see how to add that person as a sibling.
Have you tried to find the Consultant Planner recently? First step is to click on Helper Resources from the drop-down menu in the upper right hand corner of FamilySearch and select Helper Resources. Take a look at this 8 minute video to see what else has changed.
FamilySearch has recently added Ordinances Ready to their Mobile App. Check out this video to learn all about it.
Do you know that FamilySearch has over 1800 recorded classes on various topics and research strategies for countries all of the the world. It is easy to get to them if you how.
Are you trying to help a youth between the ages of 8 and 12 years old? I have the solution. I created accounts for three of my grandchildren to figure out the best way to do this. Take a look at this video to see what I learned.