New Way to Find What’s New at Ancestry.com

Ancestry.com has posted a newly revised What’s New page to keep members apprised of recent and upcoming data and service updates on the site. The page can be found at www.ancestry.com/home/new.aspx or by clicking on the recent website additions link in the lower right corner of the home page (once you’re logged in).

Here you’ll find highlights of recently added data (and a link to a complete list of new or updated databases), upcoming databases, and links to new site tools and information on “Tools on the Horizon.” The page also includes links to articles with tips on getting the most from the Ancestry.com site.  Bookmark this page and check back often so you can dive right in as new tools become available to help you in your family history quest.

6 thoughts on “New Way to Find What’s New at Ancestry.com

  1. You have to allow ads to get the page to load… and then from that page, select “see all recent databases”. On ancestry.ca, it doesn’t work at all and on ancestry.co.uk it still works the old way.
    I’ve got to say I like the old way better!

  2. I do not want ads. Does that mean I cannot access the “what’s new on the web”. Tried it from 24/7, from address, and from ancestry home page, none worked. This is just another disappointment with this new format

  3. I miss seeing `recent’ databases listed by date, going back a couple of months. Sometimes I lack the time to thouroughly check the new additions and want to know which ones they are, at a later date.

  4. None of the links “What’s New” or “Recently added” seem to be working despite accessing them from http://www.Ancestry.com or from the 24/7 Family History Circle blog.

    This is very disappointing.

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