Comments on: Site Navigation Clean-Up for Account Settings, Alerts, and Message Board Favorites The official blog of Ancestry Sat, 20 Dec 2014 10:43:44 +0000 hourly 1 By: louisvuittonhandbagsoutlets2013.com Mon, 27 May 2013 04:48:11 +0000 Useful info. Fortunate me I found your web site by chance, and I
am stunned why this accident didn’t happened in advance! I bookmarked it.

By: jason jason Mon, 13 May 2013 17:55:29 +0000 I like the viewer, I’ve been using beta since the day the offers it. I also like the more stream line look of everything, there are a lot of things that get changed due to coding restrictions of the software running this site.
this is my first time responding in comments but a long long time user. I find very oftentimes that most (not all to be sure) are simple fixes with answer usually easily found in help and support threads. To be honest, most board moderators, blog writers and even peerembers around the net in every type of web site usually flame the heck out of people who don’t use search or read common questions articles. I think the staff and peer members here are show some amazing restraint at not responding to foolish statments and quetion only and not responding with the common response of “try reading the faq section dummy”. I’m not saying that the questions and comments in this thread are like that nor that cunstructive criticism is not important, I’m just saying every single statment can’t be responeded to everytime. mom always said if you can’t say something nice don’t say anything.

By: Andy Hatchett Andy Hatchett Wed, 10 Feb 2010 08:23:52 +0000 Bob Re: #28

My guess is Stephanie et al are hard at work trying to figure out just how to fix this god-awful relocation of Favorites and Alerts without simply putting it back the way it was. She did, after all, promise us a roll out of a fix this month.

By: Ricky P. Ricky P. Wed, 10 Feb 2010 04:58:44 +0000 Haven’t used the site in some time, recently came back and I have to agree with Brady.
Things are generally much more time-consuming than in the past, although I do see some positive changes also like loads more information.

By: BobNY BobNY Tue, 09 Feb 2010 20:45:41 +0000 I’ll give them a C- on the test.

Having a senior public relations manager respond rather than the blog owner — who has yet to respond to any of the comments here — continues to make ACOM look more like the cororate machine it is becoming.
BTW, I am still waiting for someone on the Search staff to finish studying the 1900 census tract descriptions that they removed in April 2009 to see if they should be returned. How about it Tony or Anne?

By: Andy Hatchett Andy Hatchett Tue, 09 Feb 2010 20:14:58 +0000 Bob Re: #25

1 hour and 5 minutes duration…
I’ll assume that passed the test?

By: Heather Erickson Heather Erickson Tue, 09 Feb 2010 17:19:02 +0000 Former comment #24 has been deleted due to it being spam. For more details on our Terms and Guidelines, please see the link at the bottom of the page.


#24 is pure spam and was posted February 9, 2010 at 10:14 am.

Let’s see how long it stays here.

BTW Sam, your drop down menu for county doesn’t work, rendering the search inoperative.

By: Andy Hatchett Andy Hatchett Tue, 09 Feb 2010 16:58:12 +0000 Sam Re:# 24

One post in one Blog article would have sufficed- otherwise it looks like spam.

By: Bob Scott Bob Scott Sun, 07 Feb 2010 21:26:40 +0000 I agree with Bob (post No. 6). From what I can see, there are a lot of problems with content and indexing that need fixing. Ancestry’s main interest seems to be a lot of PR to churn membership, and generate revenue to boost its image for Wall Street.