The webinar happened on October 27th (see original event description below). However you can still view a recording of it by clicking on this link:
If you were registered previously you just need to enter your email after selecting the ‘already registered’ button; otherwise, simply sign up.
Webinar (original event description)
Calico Pie and Findmypast are jointly holding a free webinar entitled ‘Discovering Family Historian & Findmypast’. It’s about how to get the most out of the Findmypast hinting feature within Family Historian (also known as ‘Automatic Internet Data Matching’). The webinar will happen on Thursday, October 27, 2016, at 4pm, British Summer Time (UTC+1), and will last about an hour. If you wish to attend, please register now at this page:
Don’t worry if you have never attended a webinar before. It’s very simple. Once you’ve registered, you will be sent an email with a link which you click on to go to the webinar (also known as a webcast). You can enter the webcast up to 15 mins before it’s due to start. All you need is a computer and an Internet connection. There will be an initial presentation followed by a Question and Answer session with experts from Findmypast and Family Historian. So it’s a great opportunity to learn more about Findmypast, and about the hinting feature, and if you have any questions, to get them answered.
Attendees will get a code entitling you to 20% discount on annual subscriptions (local or world) to Findmypast. If you can’t attend the webinar but are interested, you are recommended to register anyway.
Findmypast (previously DC Thomson Family History) is a British-owned world leader in online family history. It has an unrivalled record of online innovation in the field and 18 million registered users across its family of online brands, which includes Lives of the First World War, The British Newspaper Archive and Genes Reunited, amongst others.
Its lead brand, also called Findmypast, is a searchable online archive of over eight billion family history records, ranging from parish records and censuses to migration records, military collections, historical newspapers and lots more. For members around the world, the site is a crucial resource for building family trees and conducting detailed historical research.
In April 2003, Findmypast was the first online genealogy site to provide access to the complete birth, marriage, and death indexes for England & Wales, winning the Queen’s Award for Innovation. Since that time, the company has digitized records from across the globe, including major collections from Britain, Ireland, Australia, and the United States. Findmypast, in association with The National Archives, recently launched the 1939 Register, a record of 41 million lives on the eve of World War II.