Tuesday, February 23, 2010

GenerationMaps Announces Family ChArtist

The Generation Maps website and Janet Hovorka's The Chart Chick blog have announced the pending release of Family ChArtist - a new website to help you quickly and easily create beautiful genealogy charts.

The press release can be read at Family ChArtist--Release Date and Press Release on The Chart Chick blog. The website will be demonstrated at the St. George (Utah) Family History Expo this coming weekend, and will be released to the public on 8 March 2010.

Mark Tucker has created an eight-minute YouTube video introducing Family ChArtist, demonstrating some of the features, and providing a how-to tutorial for getting started on the program. The video can be watched here on Janet's blog, here on Mark's ThinkGenealogy blog, and here on YouTube.

I look forward to testing the site and making some free charts. And eventually having Janet create some really big ancestral charts for me. I'm still in the research and "fixing my database" process - it seems endless!

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