NGS in Review & We’re #2!

Treelines meets Megan Smolenyak

Tammy meets Megan Smolenyak!

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!).

Demo'ing Treelines

Demo’ing Treelines to Jen Baldwin & Terri O’Connell of The In-Depth Genealogist

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 – you will fall in love too!” — Valerie Elkins, Family Cherished

Our next appearance will be in LA at Jamboree, June 7-9.  We’ll in Booth #127.  Tammy will demo Treelines on June 8 at 10:45 AM and teach about The Treelines Way on June 9 at 2:30


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!

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