8 NEW FREE “Ask The Expert” Sessions from MyHeritage during May 2020!
During these isolated times, MyHeritage is offering FREE 30-minute LIVE webinars to answer questions about genealogy as well as records and features available at MyHeritage. The “Ask The Expert” sessions will be conducted ONLINE and via GoToWebinar and offered for FREE!
During May 2020, the Ask the Expert series will be offered twice a week – on Tuesdays and Thursdays – at 1:00 pm Eastern. Daniel Horowitz, Genealogy Expert at MyHeritage, will explain how to use a feature and then answer questions from the audience.
- May 5th, 1:00 pm Eastern
Profile Page: More than Just Names and Dates
The profile page on MyHeritage allows to see not only all of an individual’s details, but also their close family, matches, and images as well as a summary of all the information you have on them. Learn how best to take advantage of this page.
- May 7th, 1:00 pm Eastern
Sharing and Interacting with Others on MyHeritage
Contacting other users can help you make new family connections and fill in gaps in your research. Learn to use the MyHeritage messaging system and to invite family members to view and collaborate with you on your family tree.
- May 12th, 1:00 pm Eastern
5 Tips for Managing DNA Kits
Learn how to navigate and organize your DNA Matches, use the Chromosome Browser to explore your connections, and manage multiple DNA kits on MyHeritage.
- May 14th, 1:00 pm Eastern
Watch Webinars at Your Leisure with MyHeritage and Legacy
Discover a world of knowledge and expertise that you can access at your leisure on MyHeritage and Legacy Family Tree Webinars.
- May 19th, 1:00 pm Eastern
Family Tree Builder: Free Software for Documenting Your Genealogy
MyHeritage offers a free downloadable software that you can use to build your family tree offline, with unique features and capabilities. Learn to harness the power of Family Tree Builder.
- May 21st, 1:00 pm Eastern
How to Manage Your Raw DNA Data from MyHeritage
When you test with MyHeritage DNA, your data belongs to you. Learn to manage your raw DNA data so you can use it however you like.
- May 26th, 1:00 pm Eastern
Organizing Family Photos on MyHeritage
Learn to upload and organize your photos on MyHeritage: utilize folders and albums, tag your family members, and share your photos with your loved ones.
- May 28th, 1:00 pm Eastern
Honing Your MyHeritage Skills with the Knowledge Base
Every day is a new day to learn. Learn to leverage the wealth of articles, webinars, and how-to videos on the Knowledge Base to improve your knowledge about MyHeritage at your convenience.
Ask the Expert Recordings
All Ask the Expert sessions will be recorded and made available at the MyHeritage Education page (https://education.myheritage.com/). Below is the first Ask the Expert session How to Colorize Photos.
FREE ACCESS to US Yearbook Collection at MyHeritage
- MyHeritage: FREE ACCESS to over 250,000 US Yearbooks IN COLOR! MyHeritage has colorized its entire U.S. Yearbook collection, and to celebrate this they are opening up FREE access* to U.S. Yearbooks through May 23rd, 2020! “This collection contains almost 290 million records corresponding to individuals identified and consolidated through name-spotting techniques and algorithmic analysis. A student or faculty member often appears in a yearbook several times. Part of the work conducted to produce this collection merges all occurrences of the same name in a yearbook into one record with references to the pages where the person is mentioned. Records in this collection will list the person’s name, often their gender, school’s name and location, and likely residence based on the location of the school. Additional work was done to identify the grade of the students to be able to infer their age and an estimated year of birth for some of the records.” VIEW DETAILS
MyHeritage Free Trial
- MyHeritage: Having trouble finding success with your genealogy research? Ready to make the leap to MyHeritage? Here’s a way to try MyHeritage Complete for FREE and also save 50%! – VIEW DETAILS
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