Introducing the MyHeritage Photo Storyteller™ – MyHeritage January 24, 2021

I saw this on MyHeritage today – Introducing the MyHeritage Photo Storyteller™: Much longer article and includes photos.

by Esther · January 24, 2021 MyHeritage News, MyHeritage Products

As genealogists, we strive to preserve our family history and share it with our family and the next generations. We’re happy to announce today the release of the MyHeritage Photo Storyteller™ — an important new feature that empowers you to take charge of a critical aspect of preserving your family history — to record the stories behind your favorite family photos and attach the audio narrative to the photos.

The Photo Storyteller™ is available on the free MyHeritage mobile app and enables you to easily record yourself or interview your family members, describing the real story behind any of your family photos. You’ll enjoy gaining deeper insight into your photos and sharing the recordings with your family members (turning any photo into a voice-enriched video) so you can reminisce about times gone by. By recording your loved ones, those photo stories will turn into memories that your family will hold precious in the future.

The MyHeritage mobile app is available for free on iOS and Android and works well on both smartphones and tablets. If you haven’t done so already, you can install the mobile app now.

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Photographs can convey a lot of information. They can portray actions, emotions, and ideas — all of which are important elements of telling your family’s story. But often there are missing pieces that can only be filled in by those who were present when the photo was taken. The MyHeritage Photo Storyteller™ makes it easier for you to capture your stories and your relatives’ stories describing family photos.


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