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Year in Review: What Happened in 2018 on Geneanet

Posted by Jean-Yves on Jan 7, 2019

2018 was filled with new features and updates on Geneanet.

We wish you a very Happy New Year with a lot of genealogy findings and new ancestors!

New on Geneanet: Offer a 3-Month, 6-Month, 1-Year or 2-Year Premium Subscription

Do you need an original idea to make a gift? Geneanet has the solution and propose you to offer a Premium subscription to your family and friends so they can discover genealogy or go further in their family history research! Until now, you could offer a 1-Year or a 2-Year Premium subscription. Now, you can also offer a 3-Month and a 6-Month Premium subscription!

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GEDCOM File Upload Improved on Geneanet

If you update your Geneanet family tree via a GEDCOM file, you may know that it was required to use a FTP application to upload a file larger than 12MB. This is no longer needed and some other improvements have been made.

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We’ve Updated The Geneanet Terms of Service

As you may know, a new regulation in European Union (EU) law on data protection and privacy, called General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), is applicable since May 25, 2018. Geneanet takes stock of the situation.

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A New Geneanet Interface for Uploading Your Pictures of Cemeteries

A new Geneanet interface has been launched for uploading your pictures of cemeteries. You can now add new cemeteries when they are not listed in our database, and you can now upload as many pictures of graves as you want for a cemetery.

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A New Geneanet Indexing Tool, For Every Level

We have launched a new indexing tool for all the Geneanet members who already participate in the collaborative indexing of graves and archival records, and for those who’d like to but who found the former tool too difficult to use.

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New Geneanet Forum Launched!

The new Geneanet forum has been launched! We hope that it will help increase community presence on Geneanet and that it will ease the technical support.

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