Storied: The Innovative New Family History Site

Are you curious about your family history but tired of the limited options provided by traditional genealogy sites? Look no further than Storied – an innovative new platform that goes beyond the basics of building a family tree and searching records. With Storied, you can explore relationships outside of the traditional family dynamic, connect with friends and colleagues, and share stories and memories with loved ones. In this blog post, we’ll explore the unique features of Storied and how they set it apart from other family history sites. Plus, we’ll take a closer look at the different plans available and what they offer. So let’s dive in and discover how Storied can help you uncover the untold stories of your life.

Bonus Step #23

The blog post provides a comprehensive overview of DNA testing, including its history, the different types of DNA tests available, and the process of DNA testing. It also discusses the potential benefits of DNA testing, such as providing information on health risks, ancestry composition, and personalized medical treatment. However, the post also highlights the potential drawbacks and limitations of DNA testing, such as false positives and negatives, ethical concerns, and breaches of privacy. The post emphasizes the importance of informed consent, privacy protection, and ethical considerations when undergoing DNA testing, and the need for continued research and development to improve the accuracy and reliability of DNA testing. Overall, the post aims to help individuals understand the potential benefits and risks of DNA testing and make informed decisions about whether to undergo testing.

Step 22 – Share & Publish Your Family Tree

Ah, the last step! Remember the process does repeats itself and is never-ending.

After investing hours, days, weeks, or even months and years in researching your family tree, the last step is to share and publish your family tree. Sharing your tree is another way to lead to finding other ancestors and distant cousins. It is also an excellent way to preserve your research for future generations.