Do you want more of your family to be involved in creating Family History for future generations?
Whether it's taking pictures, writing stories, or just sharing experiences, we are all creating our own family history everyday.
The younger generation use social media to interact with each other and some even use it to keep up with their families.
If you use Facebook you will see numerous photographs every day. Some of these are of milestone events weddings, christenings, birthdays and other special occasions.
Would you like to save these for your descendants to see or share them with family who live away?
Some members of the family may be reluctant to share in such a public arena and would prefer a more private place.
Twile was created so families can share there experiences and knowledge about the family in a fun interactive way and everyone can add their own part of the story.
It uses timelines and is very visual great for engaging the younger generation.
There are also ways of incorporating historic events within your timeline to show how these evnts may have affected your family.
Why not try their 30 day free trial.
I wrote a post in February so take a look if you have not read it and read some of the Twile blog to find out more.
The Twile team (in red) of Paul Brooks, Kelly Marsden and Caroline Brooks at the Find My Past Stand at Who Do You Think You Are Live 2016
Earlier this week I posted about my experience at Guild Conference and WDYTYA Live. Paul Brooks was at both conference and show and was explaining how Twile works and asking whether there is anything they could do to make the website work for those doing surname studies. I must admit I was not sure how it might work.
The team have been busy since Rootstech trying to respond to the suggestions they received from those likely to use the site to build and share their family history.
I could write about the discussion of what is to come but instead I will share with you an interview I conducted with Paul in the hall at Who Do You Think You Are Live.
Here is the link to my interview.
Caroline Brooks talking to a member of the Find My Past team