New Look at FamilySearch.org
This may be the first thing you see. You can click on “See what's new” to view some of the new features. If this does not come up, you can still view it at: https://familysearch.org/whats-new/
A slide-show of rotating screens may be displayed. Clicking a link or a button will take you on to the next stage. If you just want to search, click on Search.
This is the new home page. As in the past, clicking FamilySearch in the upper left of any page will return you here.
de-show of rotating screens may be displayed. Clicking a link or a button will take you on to the next
the top Menu:
will take you to the Family Tree.
will take you to the place where you can add Photos
you to these menus choices: RECORDS GENEALOGIES CATALOG BOOKS
is the official historical records that you can use as primary
is the collection of patron-contributed genealogies.
is the Family History Library Catalog of non-digitized records on
is a collection of over 40,000 digitized book that are useful for
family history research.
you are signed-in with an LDS Account you will see an additional
choice: your Temple List
choices at the bottom overlap those at the top.
Fan Chart is
another way of viewing (and printing) the Family Tree. You can click
to navigate it.
you where you can add Photos and Stories
normal view of the Family Tree
the same as the SEARCH link
to FamilySearch Indexing
to where you can search for the closest Family History Center or view
link in the upper right-hand corner, brings up choices of how to get
What kind of
help do you need?
help with any of the family history tools provided by FamilySearch.
community of researchers is ready to assist you with your questions.
video tutorials, read step-by-step guides, and connect to other
variety of free, online courses for beginners to advanced
researchers. Take a course
the bottom of most screens: About Blog
information about FamilySearch and a link to Products (PAF etc.)
is the FamilySearch Blog with insights into its future and past
gives access to:
- This is the familiar Help Center, where you can search for answers,
view training, etc.
Family History Consultants in your Ward or find a nearby FamilySearch
- Chat or Email or Phone
Cases - View
your previous cases here
- Report a problem or Share your ideas