It's a funny name, but a fabulous idea. A search engine that searches digital libraries for family history, local history, military history and more to find your ancestors.
In addition to synchronizing with FamilySearch, MacFamilyTree also makes it possible to search other online archives with the Web Search feature. It's easy and amazing. Here's how . . . Click the Web Search button in the toolbar. Choose the person record for the person you are searching. Basic data from that person appears in the… Continue reading Web Search in MacFamilyTree
Swipe down anywhere on your home screen to bring up Spotlight's search. From here you can type in your search criteria or tap the microphone icon and dictate it. Spotlight search not only searches your email, contacts and web, but will also search apps that support it. For example, the new Apple News app and… Continue reading iOS 9 Tip – Spotlight Search
Safari (iOS) users will be delighted to hear there is now a Find On Page option available in Safari's share menu. Scroll through the options and tap the Find on Page magnifying glass. A search box appears to enter your search string. Hit the Return key and Safari will display the results at the bottom… Continue reading iOS 9 Tip – Find on Page
The Flickr Photo Archive series continues with a guide discussing Flickr's search features and how to use them to find and connect with family on Flickr.
Wow! I thought I was an Evernote search guru. This little video shows me there's lots more to search than I thought!