There are sometimes messages for problems or suggestions which I agree with, but which I don't particularly want to respond to if I don't need to. Often messages which are old but which are very relevant and haven't been addressed. So you guys will know that it may be an issue that is important to people, even though the message may not have any responses. Could just be a "thumbs up" like facebook has.
I wholeheartedly agree! I keep wondering if there are any members out there who have the same concerns with an otherwise excellent program, such as making the Profile Page accessible from Family Tree-Classic View. I totally dislike working with the Modern View.
I disagree with the preference for working with the Classic View. To tell you the truth, I don't understand why they call the Classic view that, and vice versa. The 'Modern View" looks much more like a family tree that I would think of. The classic view looks nothing like I would expect a family tree to look like.
I have produced a book for my wife's sister and she would like to have an alphabetical index of the names of every person listed in the "Direct Descendants" section showing the page number/s of that entry. I produced one for her to add to her printed book, but it took me quite a few hours to do this manually. It was then that I realized I would like the same feature in the book I am producing on my family. Wouldn't this be a relatively simple addition to your software package?
Could the intergration of myHeritage with other online networks be improved?
If for instance someone's myHeritage profile was linked to another social network such as Facebook, their profile picture could update everytime their other social network is updated, or photos from a family wedding can be posted on both networks. Users aren't going to want to post media and updates on multiple sites, so intergration will encourage more active users.
Obviously this would be a feature people could opt in and out of, but at the moment, the only intergration is with the celebrity look-a-likes. Perhaps a linking app would be a good place to start?
Many thanks, Matt
PS - my profile pic you can see below for instance is very out of date, let alone the rest of my family's tree.
I would really like to see this too!
I would like to link to a Wikipedia entry for one of my ancestors.
It should be easy to implement.
Normal web links should just open the page in a new window.
But it would also be nice if we could link to other people in our tree.
For instance when you have a marrage with some vitnesses,
you could have links to them and when one click the tree changes focus.
Thanks, Ingrid. I guess what I am really looking for is the ability to post a comment on the home page on any entry or photo by someone in the family. I've gotten accustomed to (as has most of my family) the way Facebook is laid out.