Today my daughter Carrie Keele of NotYourMothersGenealogy.com and Ol' Myrt here will be busy talking about how Ancestry Trees Can Jump Start Your Research in our Legacy Family Tree webinar. Working with host Geoff Rasmussen yesterday made me realize once again how modern technology makes it easier to pick the "low lying fruit" as we climb our family trees.
Find out why Ol' Myrt gave up the notion to avoid sharing her family tree online. Secret: It's all about collaboration. This webinar guides participants through the process of creating a GEDCOM file in the Legacy Family Tree software, uploading the file to Ancestry.com, and looking for "reasonable" matches to digital photos and images of documents using Ancestry's "shaking leaf" hints option. We then focus on deeper searches using using the "magnifying glass" and analysis of reliability of matches.
- GEDCOM - Privacy issues with living individuals
- Ancestry Member Trees privacy options
- Changing views
- Editing profiles
- Ancestry.com's shaky leaf
- Accepting an Ancestry.com suggestion
- Reviewing another Ancestry Member Tree
- Communicating with other researchers
Here's the page with information on how to register:
PS - For those of you who haven't met Carrie, she is the author of the popular Not Your Mother's Genealogy Blog. Despite being DearMYRTLE's daughter, Carrie swore she would never do genealogy. However, she found her first probate record on microfilm at the age of ten. From 2009-2011, Carrie served as the administrative assistant for the Utah Genealogical Association, including work with UGA's annual Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy. Carrie's background informs her interest in all things technical -- be it blogging, photography, webinars or social media. Now an avid genealogist, Carrie seeks to bridge the generation gap to preserve family heritage. Carrie is past president of her school PTA and now serves at the council level. She, her husband and two marvelously brilliant children reside in Sandy, Utah.
Can you tell I'm a proud mother and grandmother?
Happy family tree climbing!
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