So have you tried out Familysearch’s Family Tree since my last post? I hope you have started (or discovered!) your family tree. If so, now you can start to add photos to your tree.
It’s easy to add photos, tag them, and share them.
You can select a photo and share it in a variety of ways…
I like how you can add stories about a photo and record details, too.
What makes this extra valuable is when someone who shares ancestors on your tree adds a photo to their tree, it shows up on yours. I would love to find a photo with a story attached when I open my tree!
And this is a fun feature…”Find photos of your ancestors”.
Click on it and see a gallery of photos submitted by others:
If you see a picture of someone you don’t know named Elmer, just click on Relationship and it will show you a little chart that illustrates he is the husband of your great-great grandfather’s daughter:
So there are just a few reasons for you to try out the “photo” feature of Familysearch’s Family Tree. Give it a try and let me know what you think!