Once your pictures are uploaded, they will be preserved forever. Every photo is backed up with a redundant system and preserved in state-of-the-art archive facilities. Each ancestor's photo will now be available to every descendant that individual has or will ever have.That is an interesting claim.
Here are some of the other highlights of the week:
Personal Arbitration Mentoring by Brett Nixon
Are you a new or less experienced Indexing arbitrator? Would you like to increase your confidence and the quality of your work as an arbitrator? You can now receive personal arbitration mentoring!
Partner News—September by Gordon Clarke
FamilySearch is also pleased to announce Ages-online, CreateFan , and TreeSeek and are now Tree Access Certified. “Certified” means the product is compatible with FamilySearch.org and has features that conforms to our strict standards of quality.
Matt explains some of the basics of getting starting with sharing photos on FamilySearch.org and a new social link from the Photos program.
More from Matt about the features and benefits of the FamilySearch Photos program. The Find feature in FamilySearch Photos and Stories allows you to search family names, place-names, or any other keyword found in the titles and descriptions of our large and growing collection.
FamilySearch is pleased to announce a new online guide to tracing Lancashire England ancestors. Historic Lancashire, home of the Beatles, heart of the industrial revolution, and port of departure for millions of emigrants, is a bustling place families from around the globe connect with. The guide has been published in the FamilySearch Research Wiki and includes major cities Manchester and Liverpool.
Annual Stake Indexing Director Forum Friday, October 4, 2013
A feature article on cemetery experiences.