MyHeritage Introduces Color Coding for Family Trees – GenealogyBlog – The Global Tofay

MyHeritage Introduces Color Coding for Family Trees – GenealogyBlog - The Global Tofay Global Today

The following is from my friend, Daniel Horowitz, at MyHeritage:

Adding color to your family tree is a great way to visualize your tree while making it even easier to navigate and understand family relationships. We previously implemented color coding in Fan view of the family tree as well as the Family Tree Timeline. We have now added this feature to Family view and Pedigree view as well, and have made several significant enhancements to better understand the relationships in a family tree, such as indication of blood relationships and the ability to view relationships and relationship diagrams when viewing family trees where you aren’t a member, including the trees of Smart Matches™ and DNA Matches.

Click on the illustration to view the feature video.

You can learn more about this new enhancement on the MyHeritage blog.

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