Not quite sure how or where to start your genealogical research? Follow these 10 easy Ancestry.com tips to get on course fast. This article includes a short Genealogy How-To...
Take the best research databases on the go with this roundup of genealogy apps from the "Big Four" websites: Ancestry, FamilySearch, Findmypast and MyHeritage.
You've got app-titude! Swipe away with the 10 most useful genealogy mobile apps that are right in the palm of your hand, and take your research on the go.
Take your research to new heights by ordering DNA tests for your relatives. These seven easy steps will get you started.
It’s a quick and easy process to download your raw DNA data from AncestryDNA. Here’s why to do so and a helpful how-to demonstration.
Have you ever wished to put a sticky note on part of your family tree? Now you can, with Ancestry’s new MyTreeTags.
Ancestry has launched new tools for exploring, organizing and identifying your AncestryDNA matches. Check out the new Match experience and ThruLines, which proposes possible...
Protect your hard work! Keep a copy of your Ancestry.com family tree by downloading a GEDCOM file. It’s quick and easy. Here’s how, and more ideas for what to do with it once...
These 4 Ancestry.com search tips will help you improve your success rate.
Online record errors are more common than you think. Learn about the two most common record errors, how they occur, and steps you can take to correct them.
A new add-on to AncestryDNA tests, AncestryDNA Traits, lets customers compare 18 physical traits with their matches. The service costs $10; here’s what it offers.
The new AncestryDNA Matches Map puts your location on a map alongside locations of your genetic matches. It’s a great tool for identifying matches who live in certain regions,...