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Category Archives: FamilySearch Help
Is FamilySearch running slow on your computer in the mountains at your cabin? It is? FamilySearch has a solution!! They created a lite version of FamilySearch that doesn’t include all the bells and whistles, but is very functional. You are … Continue reading
Did you know when you are standing in line, instead of getting mad, you can pull out your cell phone and be searching for Ancestors on FamilySearch who might have tasks you can perform. You might find a record that … Continue reading
Woohoo!! Great news for all you FamilySearch Tree users. You can import pictures from FaceBook and Instagram with a click of a button. Check out this video. It’s super easy.
This is an update of Find-A-Record. Check this out to see how it can become your research assistant for FamilySearch Tree.
ARe your ancestors hiding in a book on Google Books just waiting for you to find them? Check out this video to see the power of Google Books.
Check out this video to see the FamilySearch App for Android. There are so many things you can do right on your phone like taking a picture and uploading it to a person in our tree, or adding an audio … Continue reading
Are you new to FamilySearch or want to know how to find records and information on your ancestors? Take a look at these 5 short videos to learn how it all works.
Do you have an ancestor whose birth, or death was after 1837 in England or Wales? You should be able to order their certificate. Check out this video to learn about the new GRO index!! This is awesome.
Guess what? The family history guide got a facelift to their website. Check out this video to see the new look.
Check out this video to see the latest updates to FamilySearch October 2016