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The “Don’t Miss” MyHeritage New Features

Don’t miss out on MyHeritage‘s new features: cm Explainer & Color Coding for family trees! Take your ancestor search up a notch!

You know the fun thing about attending a major genealogy conference such as RootsTech?

You get to see and try out the latest new products and features many companies release to coordinate with the conference!

[Oh, and don’t forget the rubbing of elbows with celebrities – which I totally did! 🤩]

Me Talking with American Idol Jordin Sparks

Now back to those conference announcements….

And at the recent RootsTech experience, MyHeritage did not disappoint with their newest features.  In the video, I show you what those features are and how to use them!

MyHeritage Feature: Color Coding for Family Tree

MyHeritage released Color Coding for your family tree, and I’m loving it!

Of course, when I create timelines for my ancestors, I’ve shared I like to use paper and pencils including color pencils to give myself a different perspective on the research.

The color coding of the family tree lines helps me to visualize each to my paternal and maternal lines quickly. 

In the video I show you what that looks like and how color coding can assist you in viewing the ancestors in your family tree. I think you are going to enjoy using it, too!

MyHeritage Feature: cM Explainer

Now let’s talk about DNA! 🧬

Yes, I’m going there without my trusty DNA friend Mary Eberle!

The cM Explainer is MyHeritage’s latest DNA tool. It allows you to more accurately determine exactly how you and your match are related by using the amount of DNA you share AND your ages. 

You are then better able to focus your research of your DNA match and determination of your relationship.

Just for You!

Through 9 March 2023, MyHeritage is offering you 50% off of the MyHeritage Complete Plan. It’s the perfect way to start your MyHeritage experience and use those brand new features!

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