Ancestry.com

Family Tree Maker: Transferring Trees

Posted by Tana L. Pedersen on April 13, 2009 in Family Tree Maker

Recently, I received a number of e-mails from users who all have the same question. How do I move my Family Tree Maker file from one computer to another? It’s a situation most of us have faced. Whether you’re finally upgrading to a new system or you need to reformat your hard drive to get rid… Read more

Join Ancestry.com in Washington, D.C.

Posted by on April 9, 2009 in Company News

Ancestry.com will be in Washington, D.C., this month as an exhibitor at the National Archives’ fifth annual Genealogy Fair, April 22 and 23. The two-day fair, which is free and open to the public, will feature family history classes as well as a vendor area on the Pennsylvania Avenue Plaza. The fair lasts from 9:30 to… Read more

Learn how to make family tree posters and more

Posted by Ancestry.com on April 9, 2009 in Ancestry.com Site

Last night’s MyCanvas webinar, “Creative Gift Ideas for Moms, Dads & Grads,” included step-by-step demonstrations for creating family tree posters, photo family tree posters, photo books and graduation posters. If you missed the live presentation, you can view the archived version at your convenience. The first half of the presentation covers family history products (family… Read more

Scheduled site maintenance (8 April 2009, 1-3 AM MDT)

Posted by jhodnett on April 7, 2009 in Ancestry.com Site, Site Status

We just wanted to let everyone know that the Ancestry.com site will undergo scheduled maintenance on Wednesday, 8 April 2009, from 1 AM to 3 AM Mountain Daylight Time.  We do not expect this to cause any site problems or downtime, but it is possible that some portions of the site may be unavailable during… Read more

About the Ancestry.com blog

Here you will find informational, and sometimes fun, posts from the folks behind the scenes here at Ancestry.com. We hope you’ll notice just how passionate we are about family history and about the products we’re building to help connect families over distance and time.

Visit Ancestry.com
Notifications

Receive updates from the Ancestry.com blog Learn more