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Ancestry.com LIVE: Search with Ancestry Anne

Posted by Nick Cifuentes on October 20, 2011 in Social Media

Want to learn the ins-and-outs of crafting a solid search on Ancestry.com? Then join family historian and Search Product Manager, Ancestry Anne, as she will answer a member question and provide a slew of answers. The broadcast will be airing live, later today, Thursday, October 20 @ 3PM EST and 12 Noon PST.

The broadcast will be aired on the Ancestry.com Livestream channel, as well as from our Livestream Tab on Facebook.

And if you can’t make it? Don’t worry, you’ll be able to watch the event recording right after it’s over on the Ancestry.com Facebook page.

About our experts:

Anne Mitchell is a Senior Search Product Manager at Ancestry.com, an
active blogger on Ancestry.com and writes as Ancestry Anne for Ancestry.com newsletter. She has been chasing her ancestors through Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina for many years, and is pursuing her CG certification.

Watch the Livestream broadcast below:

4 comments

Comments
1 Andy HatchettOctober 20, 2011 at 4:35 pm

Great job Anne!

Kudos to whoever thought this up. Doing this once or twice a week will really help people get the most out of NewSearch.

Looking forward to the next one.

2 swayaminfotechOctober 21, 2011 at 7:27 am

nice post…

3 Eileen FlynnOctober 22, 2011 at 2:33 pm

This was an informative video. I did notice near the end you filled in the tree with Emmer’s married name where her maiden name should have been entered. The maiden name is unknown at this time, but I always leave a female’s name blank if I don’t know her maiden name. I believe this is standard practice.

Looking forward to future videos like this one.

Eileen Flynn

4 Randy SeaverOctober 25, 2011 at 10:22 pm

Is this presentation still available online? If so, where? The Ancestry Livestream page says it is offline.

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