• MyHeritage Launches Book Matching

    Jun 2

    MyHeritage announced the launch of their revolutionary technology that will help individuals locate information about their ancestors that is found in books. It is called Book Matching. It automatically looks at the individuals that are in family trees on MyHeritage and looks for them in MyHeritage's vast collection of digitized historical books. ...


  • MyHeritage Launched a Community Section

    May 6

    MyHeritage is really good at engaging its vast community of genealogists. MyHeritage has added something new that will enable its users to receive help with their genealogy brick walls or to help other people with their genealogy questions. It is called MyHeritage Community. At the top of the MyHeritage Community, there is a brief explanation ...


  • MyHeritage has Free Family History Webinars

    Apr 19

    You can learn a lot from a good webinar! A webinar is a seminar that takes place online. This means that you can watch a webinar from your home, and without having to travel to a specific location. Some webinars cost money, while others can be viewed for free. MyHeritage is a well known genealogy website that offers some of features to users for...


  • MyHeritage Introduced Record Detective II

    Mar 31

    MyHeritage has introduced something new. It is called Record Detective II and it is a significant upgrade over the original Record Detective. Genealogists who use MyHeritage can use Record Detective II to advance their family history research further than ever before. Record Detective the original, was launched in 2013. It was described as a “...


  • Record Your Relatives With MyHeritage App

    Mar 28

    MyHeritage is a well known genealogy website that can be used for free. (Those who want access to additional things can pay a subscription). Like many other websites, MyHeritage has its own mobile app, which they update with new features from time to time. Now, you can record your relatives with the MyHeritage App. In January of 2016, MyHeritage...


  • MyHeritage Adds Millions of Irish Census Records

    Feb 15

    Looking for more information on the people from the Irish side of your family tree? MyHeritage might be able to help you with that. They have added millions of Irish census records to their SuperSearch. The newly added records come from two Irish censuses: the 1901 census and the 1911 census. Each one covered all of Ireland's 32 counties and enu...


  • MyHeritage Launched Collection of Old Books

    Jan 27

    There is something special about old books. Many of them are no longer in print and cannot be ordered from your local bookstore or found at your local library. Genealogy societies and organizations might have their own collection of old books, which may not be accessible to those who don't belong to the group. MyHeritage has launched a collection o...


  • Search Connect – MyHeritage

    Dec 9

    One of the nice things about genealogy is that many genealogists are willing to help others with their family tree research. Of course, that help cannot be given unless one genealogist is able to connect with another and ask for help. MyHeritage has a new tool that can help facilitate that process. It is called Search Connect. MyHeritage release...


  • MyHeritage Has New Swedish Resources

    Nov 19

    MyHeritage has great news for genealogists who are trying to learn more about their Swedish ancestors. MyHeritage has added 46 million Swedish records to its website. This is the first time that these Swedish historical documents have become available online. The 46 million newly added Swedish records at MyHeritage have been added to the MyHer...


  • How MyHeritage Engages Users

    Aug 5

    Websites that offer a service, or that rely on a community to produce and share content, must find a way to engage with those users. Doing so gives people a reason to visit that website and interact with it. It also can entice new users to give the website a try. Genealogy websites can benefit from developing an engagement with their users. MyH...