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Recent technical issues with AncestryPress

Posted by Ancestry.com on October 15, 2007 in Ancestry.com Site

As many of you noticed, we had some technical difficulties with AncestryPress on Saturday. Our talented engineers were able to fix the problems within a couple of hours, and the application has been working well ever since.

A few quick tips for using AncestryPress

Posted by Ancestry.com on October 12, 2007 in Ancestry.com Site

We’ll cover many more tips and tricks in the webinar on November 1. In the meantime, please continue to post your questions and ideas.

Family Tree Maker Webinar

Posted by Ancestry.com on October 12, 2007 in Family Tree Maker

In an effort to increase communication between the Family Tree Maker team and our customers, we are excited to announce an upcoming webinar!

Family Tree Maker survey

Posted by Ancestry.com on October 12, 2007 in Family Tree Maker

As part of our efforts to improve Family Tree Maker, we’re conducting a survey for beginner, intermediate and advanced users.

Introducing AncestryPress

Posted by Ancestry.com on October 9, 2007 in Company News

Today we are excited to announce the official launch of AncestryPressTM, our new self-publishing application. AncestryPress lets you create professionally printed, custom family history books for yourself or that can serve as gifts for other family members.

Family Tree Maker Update

Posted by Ancestry.com on October 8, 2007 in Family Tree Maker

The response from the community in the Family Tree Maker blog has been significant. I thank you for the insight and comments that have been left so far. They are very helpful.

More AncestryPress templates are on the way

Posted by Ancestry.com on October 4, 2007 in Ancestry.com Site

I’m happy to report that we have some very talented designers working on creating additional templates on a variety of themes.

Announcing the Launch of AncestryPress

Posted by Ancestry.com on October 2, 2007 in Ancestry.com Site

Welcome to the new AncestryPress! Many thanks to those of you who tried out the book building tool during the beta phase. The feedback you’ve provided over the past six months has helped us develop an application that is both robust and easy to use.

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