Get Involved

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FamilySearch is working with the community to provide tools to help people get answers to their questions about how to find their ancestors. We invite you to GET INVOLVED and use the tools to get answers to your questions and help other people get answers to theirs. Together we all achieve more.

Family Tree - Sign up for the preview / beta[edit | edit source]

Our goal is to document all help (i.e. records, translations, etc.) related to a specific ancestor in the family tree.  If you haven't signed up to participate in the new beta for the family tree, you can sign up here

Learning Center - Watch a Course[edit | edit source]

Watch a course on the new Learning Center.  Email a link to the course to others you might know who could benefit from it! 

Facebook - Ask and Answer Questions[edit | edit source]

Join one of the test Facebook Communities and ask your questions or help someone else.  Invite friends or collegues to ask an answer questions using Facebook. 

Forums - Ask an Answer Questions[edit | edit source]

Ask your questions or help someone else in the FamilySearch Forums.  Invite friends or collegues to ask an answer questions using our Forums

Wiki - Learn About a Place or Record[edit | edit source]

Search for answers to your research questions the FamilySearch Research Wiki.

Share what you know with others by adding some information to the FamilySeach Research Wiki. Sign In and then click the Edit button on any page to add something to the page. If you need a little help getting started with the wiki we have some tips for you.

Be The Change - Invite Others To Get Involved[edit | edit source]

These tools are freely accessible to everyone so spread the word and invite others to GET INVOLVED. 

Provide Feedback - Tell Us How We Can Get Others Involved[edit | edit source]

Click on the "Discussion" tab at the top of this page to share your thoughts, feedback and suggestions with ways that we can get others involved.