Monday, 26 September 2011

Family Tree Maker 2012 UK release October

I've just had a Family Tree Maker 2012 email announcing that I can upgrade for £19.99 when it launches in October in the UK. The following is the blurb on both the new features and some upgrade goodies:

New features:

NEW TreeSync™ - Synchronise Desktop and Online trees! Easily update your online tree from your desktop, laptop and even your iPhone or iPad – and then simply click to sync so your tree is always up-to-date, no matter where you access it next. Share your tree with other family members and choose who can view and update it.

NEW Blended (Combined) Families View - see stepfamilies, adoptees and other blended families at a glance.

IMPROVED Smart Stories™ - gives you new tools for adding and editing your family's details. Include facts about the individual and his or her spouse and children.

NEW Customised Fact Sentences - Now when you create an Ahnentafel, descendant report, or Smart Story you can change the wording of the fact or event sentences and also choose what data is included.

IMPROVED Notes Report that lets you display person, research, relationship, or fact notes you've entered for individuals in your tree.

NEW & IMPROVED Charts - Now you can display generation labels (such as parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents), add your own images and text and create a descendant chart that shows the relationship between two people whom you select.

NEW Index of Individuals Report that lists every individual in your tree and their birth, marriage, and death dates.

SIMPLIFIED Interface for Upgraders - A newly simplified interface integrating the best of previous versions.

Upgrade goodies:

1 Month 'Essentials' Mermbership to™ worth £10.95 (if you're a current™ user, you can redeem your free month at the start of your next subscription period.)

Family Tree Maker® Quick Start Guide (Digital Version)

NEW Companion Guide to Family Tree Maker® (Digital Version)

Interactive Training Tutorials packed full of practical hints & tips for researching your family history.


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