We spent an amazing time exhibiting at the annual National Genealogical Society conference earlier this month in Las Vegas. We met a lot of fabulous people, many of whose family stories we can’t wait to share with you in the coming months (stay tuned!).
Here are some of the highlights of what NGS bloggers wrote about us:
- “Treelines provides a way to present the stories one collects during one’s research and present it for family (read: non-genealogist) consumption in a graphically, consumer-friendly and pleasing manner. ” — Emily Garber, (going) The Extra Yad
- “gr8 new tool to build bridges betwn now/then” — Denise Levenick, The Family Curator
- “Can I just say that I just adore [Treelines’] developer Tammy Hepps. Not only is she darling, but she is smart! She is a programmer AND a genealogist and she gets the importance of story! Seriously, check out Treelines.com – you will fall in love too!” — Valerie Elkins, Family Cherished
Shortly before we flew to Las Vegas Mashable wrote an article about their top five genealogy tools, and we were #2! The explained how Treelines works and concluded, “The end result is a visual, photographic narrative that’s part tree, part timeline and eye-catching graphic.”
Extremely exciting to get this attention so early! Thanks, Mashable!