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Web Albums Organize your Documents

All documents added to your website are arranged by person and cross-filed by web albums. Users create web albums to manage their documents. This is a tool that organizes your photos, sources, and memorabilia by person and by the folder you set up in your family website. You can always rename and even delete albums (as long the folder is empty).

With our ancestry family tree program, you can add almost any type of document: multiple page pdf files, avi files, word, excel, jpeg, etc.

Manage your Media and Ancestry Documents

When you add media to a person and cross file it in an album and you accidentally put a media file in the wrong album, you can easily rearrange your documents by putting them in another album.

family tree media management

It is easy to filter and sort all of your sources so you can easily find your information.

Easily Link Documents to Many People

You can easily add sources and photos to multiple people, without having to retype all the details and upload the document for each person. This makes data entry simpler and saves time. After you add ancestry memorabilia, we make it easy for you to know who else is attached to the same media.

link media files to people in your tree

Click on the Icon and a window will pop open showing all the people that are attached to the same document in your ancestry family tree.

Manage Custom Events

You can create custom events that help with building your ancestry family tree. If you created multiple events that represent the same fact – such as Military and Military Service or Land and Land Patents, you can opt to merge “similar fact types” together.     



How to Build and Trace your Family Ancestry Tree

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Creating Better Family Trees

This document explores what genealogy sources are and how they affect the credibility of a person's family tree.
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GEDCOM Files and Sync Issues

Learn how genealogy programs work from a technical standpoint and why genealogy programs do not always sync your data from one application to another.
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Techniques and Tools for Genealogy Research

Discover new ways to find missing information as well as use a 28 step research process to stay organized and focused with your tasks.


 
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Unique Features
Color Coded Family Progress Rating Chart
Source Rating Calculator
Easy Tracking Features
Ability to recall changes
Link people across multiple trees
Add documents for use later
Prioritize your tasks
Research Tools
Over 1,000 genealogy research links
Access New FamilySearch
Genealogy Wiki
Collaborate with other researchers
Online Program Management
Web enabled genealogy program
MAC and PC friendly
Import GEDCOM files
Export partial GEDCOM files
Build multiple trees
Data Entry
Add LDS Ordinances
Create and manage custom events
Automatic date format
Relationship options
Merge, link, detach, or delete people
Checks and Balance
File and people statistics
Monitor all your changes
Privacy options
Automatic check for data entry errors
Program Features
View, add, and edit sources
View, add, and edit notes
View, add, and edit tasks
View, add, and edit media
Add documents, even multiple page PDF files
Import multiple images at a time
Send messages to contributors, visitors & researchers
Program Tools
Date calculator
Relationship calculator
Map your ancestors
Update locations easily
Document Organization
Cross file documents easily
Quickly link attachments to multiple people
Filter and sort documents and media
View, Print, & Export
Reports
Charts
Lists
Sharing Your Genealogy
Invite people to view your website
Invite contributors to help build your tree
Privacy options for people and documents
Support
Help desk for technical issues
Online video tutorials
Online users guide
Genealogy research hints and tips
Security
Back-up of last 2 saves
SSL secure website
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