Ancestry Trees Can Jump Start Your Research

Carrie Keele
Nov 1, 2013
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Welcome
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Speakers' Introduction
1m 16s
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Main Presentation
20m 37s
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Create GEDCOM
9m 05s
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Upload GEDCOM
4m 35s
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Poll
1m 48s
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Processing
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Check the Leaf
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Magnifying Glass
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Announcements/prizes
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Questions/answers
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About this webinar

Find out why Ol' Myrt gave up the notion to avoid sharing her family tree online. Secret: It's all about collaboration. This webinar guides participants through the process of creating a GEDCOM file in the Legacy Family Tree software, uploading the file to Ancestry.com, and looking for "reasonable" matches using Ancestry's shaking leaf. We then focus on deeper searches using using the "magnifying glass" and analysis of reliability of matches.

 
Topics include:
  • GEDCOM – Privacy issues with living individuals
  • Ancestry Member Trees privacy options
  • Changing views
  • Editing profiles
  • Ancestry.com's shaky leaf
  • Accepting an Ancestry.com suggestion
  • Reviewing another Ancestry Member Tree
  • Communicating with other researchers

About the speakers

About the speakers

Carrie Keele is the author of the popular Not Your Mother’s Genealogy Blog. Despite being DearMYRTLE’s daughter, Carrie swore she would never do genealogy. However, she found her fir
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DearMYRTLE is the nom de plume of Pat Richley-Erickson, author of the award-winning DearMYRTLE Genealogy Blog, consistently among the top 5 family history blogs internationally, where the focus is beginning genealogy topics. DearMYRTLE hosts
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