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GeneaNet Favorite Searches, Individual Alert & Cross-Database Alert

Posted by admin on Sep 15, 2011

The ‘Favorite Searches’ allow GeneaNet members to receive a weekly email aggregate of the latest entries that contain the surnames and places of their choice. History of the latest entries can be read on the website.

GeneaNet Club Privilege members can receive more accurate emails that aggregate the latest entries by name (with alternate spelling), first name (with alternate spelling), place, year, occupation and spouse. These are the ‘Individual Alerts’.

Club Privilege members can also automatically compare their family tree with the GeneaNet database and receive a periodical email aggregate of the latest entries. Cross-Database Email Alerts are preserved and the archive can be read at any time.

1. Favorites Searches

The GeneaNet ‘Favorite Searches’ allow GeneaNet members to receive a weekly email aggregate of the latest entries that contain the surnames and places of your choice. History of the latest entries can be read on the website.

Click the ‘Create a new Favorite Search’ below the search results list to create a new Favorite Search:

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Select the ‘Favorites Searches’ item in the drop down menu at the top right of the screen:

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