Social networking for genealogy most often refers to the ability to build, share, and interact with online family trees. However, the breadth or depth of the online tools vary across the board. Some tools also offer other features of social networking such as sharing photos or creating calendars and timelines. The links in this section represent a variety of these types of sites. My thoughts: Social Networking for Genealogy
Digital platform for organizing and curating family history, legacy pages, and personal pages. Define your legacy and remember the legacies of loved ones through Xistance pages.
Share your family history with other family members and allow researchers to assist you in the building of your family history. You control who can view the data and who can modify it.
A free online service to organize your genealogy. Possibility to create beautiful PDFs of your pedigree.
ZoomPast is a new website for exploring, building and sharing genealogies. The unique feature of ZoomPast is its use of a zooming user interface and innovative layout algorithms enable huge and complex genealogies to be explored with ease. The website was created jointly by James Rosindell and Kai Zhong, it was based on the www.OneZoom.org tree of life explorer. Thank you for your interest, we really hope you enjoy using ZoomPast. ZoomPast is a project based at Imperial College London and funded by a Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) impact acceleration grant.