November 2017 Product Updates

Over the River and Through the Woods It has been a beautiful Fall here in Utah! We hope you enjoy this edition of Product Updates. We are working on a small update to The Family Nexus, and gearing up for some even more exciting changes we hope to announce at RootsTech 2018! The minor update should

The Family Nexus App Data

The Family Nexus App Data

I haven’t posted a blog article for a while. I have been extremely busy with life! End of school year activities for the kids, new full-time job, and working to publish the premium features! I want to share a little about The Family Nexus app data with you. Downloading part of your FamilySearch family tree

RecordSeek

Sourcing Documents with RecordSeek

Attaching Sources in FamilySearch Found Elsewhere RecordSeek.com is a free tool that allows you to create a source on FamilySearch.org or Ancestry.com from any site on the web. To be honest, I had heard about it before, but I hadn’t used it until this week. I was definitely missing out! Let me explain how it works

FamilySearch Pilot Tool

FamilySearch Pilot Tool

Index Records With the FamilySearch Pilot Tool Have you ever searched for a historical record on FamilySearch only to discover that they haven’t been indexed? Are you patiently waiting for the day when that record set will finally make it to an official indexing project? This is where the FamilySearch Pilot Tool can come in handy.

Finding Elusive Ancestors in FamilySearch Records

My Great-Grandmother is AWOL! Have you ever had a time when you couldn’t find a family in a particular record set, like a census? You are positive the family is in a certain place but you just can’t find them on FamilySearch.org. That has happened to me before! It was so frustrating I felt like

Setting the Preferred Portrait in FamilySearch

Photos in FamilySearch. A picture is worth a thousand words. And this is definitely true when trying to feel connected to your ancestors! Adding photos to FamilySearch is a wonderful way to enrich your family history, make new discoveries, and interest younger members of your family.  4.7 million photographs were added to FamilySearch in 2016

Missing Branches in FamilySearch Family Tree

FamilySearch for Beginners. FamilySearch.org has the largest collection of genealogical data in the world. It is also home to the FamilySearch Family Tree. The Family Tree is a wiki-style tree where you can add and edit your own family history information. By adding your information you become connected to the human family. According to the

FamilySearch Certified!

FamilySearch Certified!         We have great news! We have officially received our Certification for our integration with FamilySearch! This certification now makes us an official partner of FamilySearch. The certification process ensures we are handling data correctly. For example, they make sure that we store and pass credentials securely between The Family Nexus

Bite-size Genealogy: 7 Suggestions

Bite-size Genealogy Many people I talk to are interested in their family history, but they feel like they don’t have the time to do it. This article is dedicated to all my readers that also fall in to this category. Actually, my readers should probably share this article with their friends and family that share