Each of these actions is described below.
When the action has its own description page - it is bold - click on it to get all the details about it.
Compares genealogies that you have or that are held by other users, to find common geographical areas, with similar cities and lastnames, and similar events.
Lets you to enter certificates directly from registers, or use digitalized registers, to retrieve records (birth-marriage, death, other) and integrate them into your genealogy.
Helps you calculate dates from date intervals for the same or different calendars. Quite useful when you need to estimate dates to be searched from certificates already found.
Displays a simple calculator to avoid having to search for an external one.
Detects non-compliance with the Gedcom standard and anomalies in the genealogy.
Identifies duplicate entities and merges them.
Identifies common ancestors between two individuals on your genealogy.
Runs a reports directly from the menu.
Runs the Flash List report of the selected individual.
Runs the Family groups report. This report provides the groups of individuals that are related to one another via family links or association links.
A information summary is given for each resulting group.
Runs the Close Relatives report.
Provides the Lists and Reports of Ancestris, a large set of reports you can use on your genealogy, in addition to the ones described above.
Publishes your genealogy on a file or on the Internet, in a web page format. Ancestris proposes two different possibilities.
Generates a genealogy under the form of multiple web pages, locally or on a remote server.
Generates simple web site pages.
Prints the selected view. A preview window will open.
Most views including the Dynamic Tree view, the Report Output windows and the Editors can be printed.
If the content to be printed is wider than a single page, printing can be done in multi-pages, that is to say that the image is cut out on several juxtaposable pages.
This is very convenient when printing the Dynamic Tree or the Ascendant and Descendant Multi-Generation Tree in order to post it on a wall.