Have you ever wished that your family tree program could just do your research for you? Introducing TreeTips: technology built into Ancestral Quest that will search the world's major repositories of genealogical records and let you know if there are any records for you to examine.
TreeTips combines the hinting capabilities of FamilySearch (based in Utah, with over 5 billion searchable records) and Findmypast (based in England, with nearly 3 billion searchable records), along with advanced searching of Ancestry.com (based in Utah, with over 20 billion records) and MyHeritage (based in Israel, with over 6 billion searchable records).
Just start entering what you know about your family history into Ancestral Quest and let TreeTips examine over 30 billion records, suggesting where you could look next, as you expand your tree and discover your family heritage.
As AQ finds records for you on one of the hinting sites, it will show you an icon next to the name of the ancestor to whom the record relates. Simply hover your mouse over the icon to see how many records are available, and click on the icon to see actual records. To search the 20 billion records on Ancestry.com or the 6 billion records on MyHeritage, simply select the name of any ancestor, then activate the Ancestry.com or MyHeritage search. For more details on this exciting feature, visit our TreeTips page.
Watch a video showing you how to get the most out of TreeTips!
Note: While receiving hints and search results from all these sites is free, accessing some records may require a subscription or other fees.