GenSmarts Finds Missed Research Opportunites
Are there research techniques you’ve missed or under-applied? Here’s an example: You’re probably aware that the 1880 U.S. census asked for the birthplace of a person’s parents. Suppose you have an ancestor born in 1780, and his son, your direct line, was born in 1800. Since both the father and son died prior to 1850, you might not think about the 1880 census for this family. BUT WAIT… this son had a younger brother, born in 1815… he might still be alive in 1880, and could give you the birth location of your 1780 ancestor. GenSmarts applies complex research logic like this to identify research opportunities.
GenSmarts Finds Under-Explored Limbs In Your Family Tree
How many people do you have documented in your file? 1000? 10,000? 250,000? How do you manage to be on top of all that data? Do you fall into the trap of spending too much time in a favorite/familiar part of your tree? When’s the last time you went through each person and looked for new research ideas? How long would that take you? GenSmarts can cover your entire tree in seconds and point out areas that deserve more attention.
GenSmarts Makes Research Finds With Sites You'd Given Up On
Have you under-used some online research sites because they’re just too hard to use? That’s what our customers tell us – GenSmarts has rekindled their interest in sites they could never figure out, or were too slow. GenSmarts can navigate the search screens and fill in the forms for you with just one click.
GenSmarts Keeps You Current With New Online Research Sites
Are you up to speed on the latest online research opportunities? GenSmarts stays current with new sites as they become available. And instead of just informing you of the site, GenSmarts tells you why you care – which of your ancestors you should be searching for there. And… gives you a link so you can do that search in a single click.