MyHeritage Online Events for August – MyHeritage August 1, 2021

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by Esther August 1, 2021 Events and Webinars.

We hope your summer is going well! This month we’ve got more fascinating free online sessions lined up for you, from protecting your family history research from the zombie apocalypse to a tour of MyHeritage’s photo features with our Director of Product Management.

Before we give you the schedule, we’d like to encourage you to tell us what topics you’d like to hear about in our online live sessions in the future, and what speakers you’d like to hear from. Our free, live webinars are a fantastic opportunity to hear from some of the world’s top experts in family history, genealogy, and DNA from the comfort of your home and completely free of charge. So tell us what you’d like to learn about and who you’d like to hear from next!

Our free, live webinars feature top experts in genealogy, family history, and DNA speaking on a wide variety of useful and relevant topics. Thanks to the live format, you can ask questions and interact with the lecturers in real time. Even if you can’t make it to the live events, you can still enjoy all recorded FB Live sessions in the Videos section of the MyHeritage Facebook page, and many of the Ask the Expert sessions are later made available for free viewing on the MyHeritage Knowledge Base.

Facebook Live Sessions

No advance registration is required for these sessions: you can join them straight from our Facebook page. Simply visit the page when the session is scheduled to start, and look out for the live video broadcast at the top of the feed. We recommend following our Facebook page to get a notification when we go live. You’ll be able to ask questions in the comments, and the speakers will respond to them at the end of the session.

August 2, 2 P.M. EDT

Topic: Disaster Planning for the Genealogist

Speaker: Melissa Barker

Description: If there’s anything the past two years have taught us, it’s that you never know what could happen! Public historian Melissa Barker will discuss how you can keep your research safe in disaster scenarios.

August 9, 9 A.M. EDT

Topic: Using Spreadsheets to Make the Most of MyHeritage

Speaker: Fran Kitto

Description: Family history and travel blogger Fran Kitto will show you how to use spreadsheets to save time and stay organized while researching your family history on MyHeritage.

August 16, 2 P.M. EDT

Topic: Photo Features on MyHeritage

Speaker: Tal Erlichman

Description: Tal Erlichman, Director of Product Management at MyHeritage, will take you on a tour of the MyHeritage photo features and show you how to use them to breathe life into your old family photos.

August 18, 8 A.M. EDT

Topic: Back to School Yearbooks

Speaker: Thomas McEntee

Description: Genealogy technology expert and educator Thomas Macentee will take us back to school with a session on yearbooks: a type of genealogy resource that is often overlooked, but can provide rich details about your ancestors.

August 30, 8 A.M. EDT

Topic: Opening a New World of Books on MyHeritage

Speaker: James Tanner

Description: Did you know that MyHeritage has 398 collections on Books and Publications, Histories, Memories, and Biographies? Join Genealogy star James Tanner as he explores these exciting collections.

Ask the Expert

The free Ask the Expert webinar series is hosted by our Genealogy Expert, Daniel Horowitz, every Thursday at 1 P.M. Each week Daniel focuses on a different topic, from leveraging useful MyHeritage features to searching the historical record collections, and invites users to ask questions and consult with him. Click here to register for upcoming Ask the Expert sessions.

As always, we look forward to having you join us!

About Wichita Genealogist

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