Thursday, 2 February 2017

MyHeritage launches new Discoveries page

The MyHeritage website ( has revealed a new consolidated Discoveries page for finding matches in records and other users' trees.

We’ve unified all matches and organized them into two main pages: Matches by People and Matches by Source. Now you can look at all matches that were found for a particular individual in your family tree, or all matches found in a particular collection of historical records or matching family tree. Whatever you choose to use, the new pages combine Smart Matches (matches with trees) and Record Matches (matches with records) into the same unified and consistent interface. However, you can still decide to view only Smart Matches or only Record Matches and not both together.

For further details visit the MyHeritage blog at

(With thanks to Daniel Horowitz)


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