The Timeline and Timebook are Premium features. Only members who have purchased a subscription have full access to the Timeline and Timebook features. To learn more about upgrading your family site look at these FAQs: What do I get with a MyHeritage Premium plan? What do I get with a MyHeritage Premium Plus plan?
The Timebook uses photos on your family site to create an attractive visual display. Photos on your site need to be tagged so that the Timebook software knows who the people in the photos are. Photos should also have dates. The minimum number of dated photos required to create a Timebook is three. If you
The Timebook includes grandparents, parents, siblings, children and grandchildren only. It does not include aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews, nieces or other relations. If a close relative is not included, make sure to tag that person in photos and add dates to the photos so that they will appear in your Timeline or Timebook.
The Timeline includes grandparents, parents, siblings, children and grandchildren only. It does not include aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews, nieces or other relations.
The Timeline and Timebook are generated automatically using events and photos in your family tree. They cannot be directly edited. If an event or photo in the Timeline or Timebook is incorrect, check the information in your family tree to make sure it is accurate. Photos will only be included in the Timeline or Timebook
The Timeline and Timebook are located in the Events section of your family site. In order to be able to create a Timeline or Timebook the Events section of your family site must be activated. To make sure your Events section is activated go to your family site and click on your name in the
The Timeline and Timebook are not currently printable. We may add this option in the future.
The Timebook is an annotated virtual photo album, which can be created automatically for any member of your family tree. The Timebook uses key information from the family tree about a select person and his/her closest relatives. It uses photos from the tree to create a rich visual display. It’s a fantastic way to encapsulate
The Timeline allows you to view all of your family’s history in a single continuum. It lists facts such as births, marriages and deaths. Photos, video files, documents, or special events are also included in the Timeline. If you’ve got wedding video and photos on your family site, you’ll be able to see them in