If you’ve been to Ancestry.com this morning, you probably noticed the new navigation bar at the top of the page. Tabs now include a drop-down menu so that you can navigate to sections of the site that previously would have required several clicks with just one. In the Family Tree menu, you’ll find all of your trees listed, and in Search, you’ll find links to search individual collections, all collections, and the card catalog. The Collaborate tab includes direct links to Message Boards, the World Archives Project, Member Connections, the Member Directory, and your Public Profile. Through the Learning Center menu, you can now access a variety of tools to keep you current, including the Article Archives, where you’ll find online articles from Ancestry.com newsletters and magazines, as well as webinars, the Ancestry.com blog,Â and other helpful sections. You can learn more about the changes on the Ancestry.com blog here, or click here to go directly to Ancestry.com.
Improved Site Navigation on Ancestry.com