New Opportunity to Test Family Sharing and Heritage Services Print E-mail
Written by Jim Ericson   
Friday, 28 September 2012

FamilySearch testing opportunity

A new opportunity to test online services based on common ancestry is now available. The services are designed to help Church members share information and media. No previous experience or specific expertise is required.

To participate, please complete a seven-question survey. You will then be qualified to test these new services and provide valuable feedback before the services are made generally available.

Upon completion of the survey, you will be added to our list of volunteers. You will periodically receive e-mail messages asking you to evaluate some aspect of an online experience designed for families. Examples may include uploading a photo, testing a registration process, starting a simple family tree, or completing a small survey. Each evaluation should take between 10 to 15 minutes. The frequency of requests should be less than once per week on average.

>> Volunteer to test online family sharing and heritage services.

 

Comments  

 
# Barbara J Jolliff 2012-10-03 13:48
I think seeing how new processes will work is very helpful and worthy to make our geneology work easier.
 
 
# Barbara J Jolliff 2012-10-03 13:50
Barbara J Jolliff at bjjolli@yahoo.com
 
 
# Ron Vincent 2012-10-03 15:31
I'm excited about volunteering to upload media. I've tested Family Tree for a year. I wish it had a vehicle for uploading photos and document scans like commercial products do. Once the test of these Family Sharing and Heritage services prove successful, a website available to all members will allow us to upload & link to Family Tree all our important family documents and photos. This will give us an invaluable way to preserve and share rare family-related media and stories.
 
 
# Pat Walker 2012-10-11 08:04
I have looked for years for an ideal Genealogy Exchange network for research collaboration--tried every single network out there for family exchange of genealogy, research, etc and have yet to find one that really works. I developed my own, but it took a lot of work to keep it up and gave up. I really hope that something around Family Tree does develop without a lot of cost so that we can easily update the tree, share documents, photos, etc.
 

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