Collaborative Family History

December 20, 2008

Family Pursuit now offers Private Family Trees

Filed under: Family Pursuit, New Features — Michael Martineau @ 12:59 pm

Some of you may have wondered what happened to us since we haven’t posted in a while.  We’ve been hard at work on the new private family trees.  Now that they are released, we’ll be posting more often on our blog.

The following is the announcement email sent to our current users and newsletter subscribers:

Good news! Family Pursuit now offers Private Family Trees.

Now you can apply Family Pursuit’s unique collaboration features within the privacy of your own family. Whether you are looking for new ways to share your research with the entire family, interact with other family genealogists, or work within a family organization or surname study, our Private Family Trees are the perfect solution for your collaborative needs.

A Private Family Tree has all of the features available in our Community Tree including:

  • organizing and sharing your ongoing genealogy research

  • involving and mentoring family members

  • creating and assigning tasks

  • sharing research logs and extractions

  • participating in family discussions

Features exclusively available in our Private Family Trees include:

  • adding living individuals

  • keeping all information about living and deceased individuals private

  • inviting an unlimited number of family members at no additional charge

Now you can have the best of both worlds – the security of a Private Tree and collaboration with distant relatives in the Community Tree – all using the same login.

Purchase a Private Family Tree for only $59.95/yr.

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