Wednesday, October 29, 2014

New Geneanet Website Has Been Released

The New Geneanet Website Has Been Released
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The New Geneanet Website Has Been Released
For the last 12 months, we have been working hard to build a new, simpler and clearer Geneanet website.

Based on collaboration and sharing, the Geneanet spirit has been enhanced. Of course, we have heard suggestions and concerns from our members worldwide.​

Today, we are pleased to announce the new version of Geneanet.
Discover the new Geneanet website at:

During the next weeks:

During the next weeks, you can go to the new Geneanet website ( and to the old version (, and your data (family tree, archival records, family pictures, etc.) will be synchronized between the two websites.

Meanwhile, Geneanet will add some new services and options. For example, a new family tree dashboard will be added to the Geneanet home page.

In future:

This new version marks a significant step forward and also a new starting point.

The important technical change, transparent to the user, will help us to develop new, simple and effective services and options.

Today, we release a new website to achieve our goal: providing a better genealogy tool to experienced genealogists and beginners who want to discover, build and share their family history.

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Saturday, October 25, 2014

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