RootsTech Connect, hosted by FamilySearch, will be entirely online and completely free for the first time this year. Registration is open for what is considered the world’s largest family celebration event.
Find out where your ancestors are from—and ultimately where you are from—using FamilySearch’s new Where Am I From? activity.
since registration opened for RootsTech Connect 2021 last month, more than 106,000 people from 167 countries have signed up for the virtual event. And 86% of them have never attended RootsTech before.
FamilySearch has announced that RootsTech 2021 will be held in February as a free, virtual event.
A high-level recap of all of the fun, new content you might have missed on the FamilySearch blog in May 2020
Long before FamilySearch live social media events began in the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic, they were already successful in Brazil.
Did you know there is a place on FamilySearch’s Family Tree to record these stories and other details so others can enjoy them as well?
Elder Kevin S. Hamilton Executive Director of FamilySearch sits down and talks about the future of genealogy on the popular free family history site.
FamilySearch new live social media series. This series will be an opportunity for the family history community to connect virtually and interact while many are practicing social distancing, quarantining, or even self-isolating.
Since July of this year FamilySearch offers the ability to correct errors that have been made by people who index records.
FamilySearch, the family history organization of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, announced Tuesday that because of the growing diversity of family relationships, now provides “the ability for users to document same-sex family relationships.”
With the new blog country heritage pages, FamilySearch wants to reach people wherever they are and provide fun, engaging experiences while they learn more about where they came from.