If you missed last Thursday’s webinar, Using MyCanvas to Make Descendant Family History Books and Posters, you can view the program at your convenience in the archive. Many thanks to everyone who participated and submitted questions and comments.
Several participants mentioned that they would have appreciated a more detailed demonstration of the image and text editing tools. We kept the demo quite brief this time around, assuming that most audience members were already somewhat familiar with MyCanvas.
If you’re new to MyCanvas, I would strongly recommend that you visit the Ancestry.com Webinar Archive and view two previous webinars from earlier this year.
This will be my last MyCanvas blog post, since I’m currently transitioning to a new role within Ancestry.com. In the future, Kelvin Hulet and Wendy Jessen will keep you up to date on new developments relating to the MyCanvas publishing service and other tools for sharing your family stories. You can expect to hear from me on topics pertaining to new content releases and our community record indexing initiative, the Ancestry World Archives Project.
Thanks for all of your feedback and support over the past two years. Your input has helped us build a world-class publishing service benefiting hundreds of thousands of Ancestry.com members. Please keep the suggestions coming!
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