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23 December 2013

Search and Browse the GeneaNet Archival Registers

On GeneaNet, you can search and browse archival registers which have been uploaded and shared by members.

You can also index some archival registers to helping other members with their genealogy research and of course, you can upload and share your own archival registers.

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16 December 2013

Invite your Family and Friends To View their Ancestry on your GeneaNet Family Tree

You can give family and friends Access Rights to your GeneaNet family tree so they can view their ancestry.

When they will go to your family tree on their personal computer, their tablet or their mobile phone, they will be automatically redirected to their own page in your family tree.

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9 December 2013

Build Your GeneaNet Family Tree Template

GeneaNet offers to build your family tree template.

The template is divided into different sections as follows: Individual, Parents, Spouses and Children, Siblings, Family Link, Extended Family, Notes, Sources, and Family Tree Preview.

You can specify the information you want to be displayed in each section (Basic, Extended, Full, With Pictures) and you can choose a family tree preview theme (3-Generation Family Tree Chart, 3-Generation Family Tree Chart + Family pictures, 4-Generation Family Tree Chart (Vertical), 3-Generation Family Tree Chart (Horizontal)).

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2 December 2013

GeneaNet App for iOS and Android 2.1 Update Release

GeneaNet has updated their mobile genealogy app for iOS and Android.

This new version allows users to browse all the GeneaNet family trees for which they have 'Admin' or 'Guest' Access Rights.

Invite your family and friends to browse your family tree wherever they go!

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25 November 2013

GeneaNet: Invite Family and Friends From Facebook and Gmail

You can invite family and friends from Facebook and Gmail.

Invite persons, give them Access Rights to view and update your GeneaNet family tree.

Email address and private information will not be shared with any third parties. Your contacts will only receive a message from GeneaNet.

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18 November 2013

The GeneaNet 'Email Alert by Individual'

GeneaNet has a powerful feature called 'Email Alert by Individual'.

Club Privilege members can receive accurate emails with the latest entries by name (with name variants), by first name (with name variants), by place, by year, by occupation and by spouse.

These Email Alerts can be automatically generated from your GeneaNet family tree!

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11 November 2013

GeneaNet Project: A Cemetery for Posterity

Cemeteries are one of the most important resource for genealogists, and we must capture and index cemetery headstones before they are lost.

Join our project and take pictures of headstones around your place.

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4 November 2013

Upload Archival Records and Attach Them to Your GeneaNet Family Tree

Did you know that you can upload Archival Records and attach them to your GeneaNet Family Tree?

And that you can attach Archival Records uploaded by other GeneaNet members?

Here is how to attach Archival Records to your family tree to prove your genealogy research!

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28 October 2013

Your GeneaNet Family Tree On Your iPhone, iPad and Android

These apps are designed to view your GeneaNet family tree.

Launch the app, then enter your GeneaNet username and password. Your family tree will be automatically imported and you can view it even if you're off line.

View your family tree wherever you go!

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21 October 2013

Match Your GeneaNet Family Tree

Club Privilege members can automatically match their family tree with the entire GeneaNet database. This feature automatically search for new ancestors in your family tree.

Match your family tree with just one click or select the Advanced mode to get full access to all settings.

Non-Club Privilege members can automatically match surnames & places (not the first names) in their family tree with the entire GeneaNet database.

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15 October 2013

New GeneaNet Family Tree Browser

We are proud to announce a new browser which display your family tree in a graphical way.

You can now browse your family tree with a great looking and intuitive browser.

Try the new GeneaNet family tree browser!

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7 October 2013

Online Genealogy: Your Family Tree, Your Family Pictures and Your Archival Records on GeneaNet

There are many genealogy websites where you can upload and share your family tree, your family pictures and your archival records.

But the question is: what's happening to your personal data and documents?

Here is how GeneaNet works.

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30 September 2013

The GeneaNet 'Individual Matches'

The GeneaNet 'Individual Matches' allows you to automatically search the GeneaNet database for individuals that may match with your ancestors.

This powerful feature is reserved for Club Privilege members.

Other GeneaNet members can search for 'Individual Matches' in the archival records and indexes but not in the collaborative family trees.

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23 September 2013

Insure The Privacy Of Living Individuals In Your GeneaNet Family Tree

On GeneaNet, you can easily insure the privacy of living individuals in your family tree.

When individuals have been set to 'Private' in your family tree, they will remain as 'Private' if you import a new GEDCOM file to update your family tree.

We hope this option will help with privacy issues.

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16 September 2013

The Origin and Meanings of your Name

Baxter: Anglo-Saxon; Bagster, a baker.

Crawford: Local; First assumed by the proprietor of the lands and barony of Crawford, in Lanarkshire, Scotland; The name has been derived by others from crodh and port, pronounced cro-fort, signifying a sheltering place for cattle.

Do you know the origin and meanings of your name and the origin of your ancestors name?

Did you tried to map your name and the name of your ancestors?

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