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RootsMagic Hints at Ancestry.com Interface

RootsMagic Hints at Ancestry.com Interface

Michael Booth of RootsMagic, one of the most powerful genealogy software programs available for both Mac and Windows, offered a sneak peak at the new Ancestry interface coming ANY MINUTE (she dreams) to RootsMagic. The hint images and description look … Continue reading


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RootsMagic and Ancestry: Perfect Marriage

I was thrilled to get the news in my RootsMagic genealogy software program that RootsMagic has partnered with Ancestry to finally connect with their API. What does this mean? Oh, get excited. Currently, RootsMagic connects with two APIs, MyHeritage and … Continue reading


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Choosing Between RootsMagic and Personal Historian

When the news came that The Master Genealogist was being discontinued, I waited with the rest of the fans of one of the world’s best genealogy research and tracking programs to see what would happen. While there is noise of … Continue reading


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GEDCOM Standards: Is an Update Coming?

GEDCOM Standards: Is an Update Coming?

GEDCOM, according to Wikipedia, is an acronym for GEnalogical Data COMmunication. It is a type of file used by genealogy programs as a standard for presenting family history facts in a text file easily read by other genealogy programs, websites, … Continue reading


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