Most videos are short tutorials on a particular topic, although some also give an overview of the program. See below the video description for a list of the versions of Family Historian that the video applies to. A video may be applicable to a given version of Family Historian, even if originally made for an earlier version.
Provides an introduction to the Map Window by showing how to add multiple sets of markers to a map. One marker sets maps where a person’s ancestors were born. Another set of markers mark where his wife’s ancestors were born. The video also demonstrates how to use the Time Slide
Tutorial on Family Historian, showing how to use the Witnesses feature to record special roles of participants in events. For example, it shows how to record the bridesmaids and best man at a marriage, and the executors and beneficiaries of a will.
Learn how to improve the look of Family Historian diagrams by colouring tree branches distinctively to make them stand out. The video also demonstrates how to use the Family Connection Mapper tool (added in version 5) to colour lines connecting individual boxes and/or entire branch lines.
An overview of some of the new features added in version 7 of Family Historian – including word processing features, research notes, source templates, transcription tools, data entry assistants, and more.
The Guild of One-Name Studies YouTube channel includes Why I Use Family Historian – Paul Howes, which is over an hour long, and includes a demonstration of the Merge/Compare File feature, starting at 46:00, using a file that contains over 190,000 individuals.
More YouTube videos, covering different versions of Family Historian, can be found in this YouTube playlist.