Hands-On with Legacy Hints: Using MyHeritage Record Matches and Smart Matches
May 18, 2017
The recording of today's webinar, "Hands-On with Legacy Hints: Using MyHeritage Record Matches and Smart Matches" by Geoff Rasmussen and Mike Mansfield is now available to view at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for free for a limited time.
Legacy Family Tree 9 sifts through billions of records from the key websites to bring you relevant and promising matches for your ancestors. In this webinar, Legacy’s Geoff Rasmussen will review – LIVE! – some of the Legacy Hints that are waiting for him in his personal family file. This time, he will explore possible Record Matches and Smart Matches that MyHeritage.com has discovered for him.
On hand to walk Geoff through his results will be MyHeritage’s Director of Content Operations, Mike Mansfield. He will also give an insider’s perspective into the technology that makes MyHeritage’s Smart Matching and Record Matching so effective.
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