How to Correct Mistakes on the FamilySearch Family Tree

How to Correct Mistakes on the FamilySearch Family Tree

From the FamilySearch Blog: Our goal at FamilySearch is not only to connect individual families, but to connect the human family. In order to accomplish that goal, we need everyone’s help. For this reason, FamilySearch Family Tree is a shared tree, which means that it...
16 Family History Ideas Under 20 Minutes

16 Family History Ideas Under 20 Minutes

From the article “Genealogy Made Easy: 16 Ideas under 20 Minutes”: Want to do genealogy but don’t have a lot of time? No problem! Genealogy is made easy with these quick activities. Learn more about yourself and your family history in just a few minutes....
How to Merge People in FamilySearch’s Family Tree

How to Merge People in FamilySearch’s Family Tree

It might be exciting to find your great-grandmother in FamilySearch Family Tree. But what about finding her four times—each record with a little different information? These multiple entries and records for the same individual are called duplicates. Duplicates happen...
How to Edit Names on Indexed Records

How to Edit Names on Indexed Records

July 12, 2019 Everyone can agree that indexed records make life easier. Instead of having to scroll through image after image to find information about your ancestor, you can use an index of searchable information to quickly find the person you’re looking for....
How to Fix Incorrect Record Links in Your Family Tree

How to Fix Incorrect Record Links in Your Family Tree

In a public and collaborative family tree, having an incorrect source linked to your ancestor is not an infrequent occurrence. Luckily, an incorrect source is an easy fix. Read this blog post by FamilySearch to learn about ways to correct inaccurate links by detaching...
Updates to Temple Ordinance Reservations

Updates to Temple Ordinance Reservations

Read this blog post by FamilySearch to learn about important updates to some of the tools, resources, and processes used in providing temple ordinances for our kindred dead. A Convenient Way to Find Ordinance Reservations Date Required to Reserve Ordinances Expiration...
How to Use the FamilySearch Family Tree

How to Use the FamilySearch Family Tree

From the article “All about the FamilySearch Family Tree:” The FamilySearch Family Tree allows you to discover more about your family, keep track of your family tree, and share what you know with other family members—all for free! Millions of people have...
10 Ways Family History Can Help You Sanctify the Sabbath

10 Ways Family History Can Help You Sanctify the Sabbath

From the FamilySearch Blog: Outside of the temple, the home is the most holy sanctuary there is—a place where families are counseled to maintain the spirit and to strengthen familial bonds. Committing to a family-focused Sabbath will sanctify its restorative power and...
Cool Features on the Family Tree App

Cool Features on the Family Tree App

From the FamilySearch Blog: Have you tried using the Family Tree app to learn about your family or to take a family name to the temple? The mobile app has some features you may not have seen yet–and they give you a powerful way to connect with your family. With the...
How to Remotely Watch RootsTech 2019 Salt Lake City

How to Remotely Watch RootsTech 2019 Salt Lake City

If you are unable to attend RootsTech 2019 in Salt Lake City, you have two remote viewing options. Some of the show’s sessions will be streamed live for free at RootsTech.org (see the broadcast schedule below)! If you want more, you can purchase a Virtual Pass to view...
Learn about Your Family on FamilySearch.org

Learn about Your Family on FamilySearch.org

From the FamilySearch Blog article “Learn about Your Family on FamilySearch.org:” An exciting new search tool on the FamilySearch.org home page called “Learn about your family” combines the power of searching records—the most used feature on the website...

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