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Reputation is common in our everyday web experience. For example, we shop for products with 4 or 5 stars, and we trust Ebay merchants with good seller feedback. Surprisingly, reputation is practically nonexistent in genealogy's tech world. This presentation will cover: the potential benefits of reputation in genealogy; patterns for creating reputation; motivations for using specific reputation models; and examples of successful reputation systems.
The first step in discovering your story is reaching out to parents, grandparents—any relative that can share stories, photos, or other information with you. Using the FamilySearch Photos and Stories, you can capture, preserve, and share what you find. As you do, you will find yourself on the path to discovering your own story.
Step three is to grow your family tree by searching historical records on FamilySearch.org. Your ancestors' everyday milestones and experiences—like birth, marriage, and death—often created historical records that have been indexed and made searchable online. Use Search to find more details about the people in your family story.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video is worth a thousand pictures. Creating a video of your family history online is simple and can be an exciting project for your entire family. Come find out how to do it.