GeneaNet 'All Relatives' Improved
The new version of GeneaNet 'All Relatives' has launched a few days ago! It provides a more attractive graphical user interface, improved handling of your address book, and numerous other improvements.
GeneaNet 'All Relatives' is an easy way to share with your family members and relatives.
GeneaNet 'All Relatives' allows you to organise your address book, see if you have been added in a GeneaNet user address book, manage your authorizations, view your family and friends on Google Maps, manage your contact groups, use the color tool to spot them, and write private notes.
Enter a surname, a GeneaNet username or an email address to find out someone.
You can sort the search results list by alphabetical order or by date of last connection.
In the search results list, you can click the first letter of the name of interest or the contact group of interest.
Available contact information:
- Name & GeneaNet username
- Place (can be hidden by the user)
- Email Address
- Number of contacts (click the link to view the contact list)
Your notes are private and can't be read by anyone but you.
Your contact can be shown in a list, in a picture gallery and in Google Maps.
Available preferences are:
- Allow contacts to view your postal address
- Allow contacts to view your address book
- Activate the GeneaNet 'All Relatives' Splash Screen
Four default groups have been created (Family, Relative, Contact and Misc) but you can add as many new group as needed!
- Sort user-defined groups by clicking the arrows
- Modify the name of a group
- Select a color to spot your groups
We are actually working on the GeneaNet 'All Relatives' next features: adding of the common ancestors and improved messaging (privacy and topics).
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To learn how to use GeneaNet, please read the "GeneaNet First Steps" pages.First Steps
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