GeneaNet: Stay In Touch With Family And Friends
GeneaNet can help you stay in touch with family and friends while doing your research.
Every GeneaNet account include an address book to save and organize the names of relatives and friends.
You can access your Address Book at http://my.geneanet.org/cousins/.
Search a GeneaNet User
Enter the first letters of a surname to search for different spellings or enter a GeneaNet username to find out someone.
Remember that you can add someone in your address directly book from any user public page.
Organize your address book by category (contact, relative, family), see if confirmation is pending.
By clicking on the "View" icon you can see the complete personal information of your contact and enter notes in your notepad.
See if you have been added in a GeneaNet user address book and manage your authorizations.
See your family and friends on Google Maps.
Your contacts are shown on the map if they gave you the authorization. Note that addresses must be strictly fit to the Google Maps address database.
Manage and organize your contact categories: add, modify and remove a category, and select a color to identify a category.
To learn how to use GeneaNet, please read the "GeneaNet First Steps" pages.First Steps
To ask for help on any topic related to the GeneaNet website, to report a bug and to make a suggestion, please go to our forum.Forum
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