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- MyHeritage has launched a new feature that lets you save the records you discover using the site’s SuperSearch to the relevant family member profiles in your family tree. You can also easily extract information from any record you save (which previously was only possible through the site’s Record Matches). You can see the steps for saving SuperSearch records to your family tree in this MyHeritage blog post.
- Ancestry.com has redesigned its Ancestry app for iPhone, iPad and iPod. The app now includes the option to connect with others through Facebook and read story-like narratives about people in your tree, among other features. It’s also optimized for the just-released iOS 7. Read more about what’s new in the Ancestry iOS app and see screenshots on the Ancestry blog.
- The National Genealogical Society is conducting a survey for those who’ve attended one of its conferences, purchased one of its publications or signed up for one of its courses. Both members and nonmembers are invited to respond. You can take the survey here.
- FamilySearch has recently added more than 2.7 million indexed records and images from Brazil, England, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Peru, Portugal, Spain, and Switzerland. If you’re researching ancestors in any of these places, visit the FamilySearch news blog to see which collections have been added or updated, and to click through to search or browse them.
- FamilySearch also announced that the one millionth photo has been added to its Photos and Stories feature on FamilySearch.org. The announcement also includes some helpful hints about uploading photos to FamilySearch.org.