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Tribal Pages offers family tree building tools, photo sharing feayures and search options to help you find (or find out about) family members. The site includes a new mobile app, plus real time smart matches so you can keep up to date.
One of the biggest selling points of TribalPages is the ability to upload up to 5000 photos and make notes on them. You can use this feature to create huge family albums, which you can share with other members, including details about who is in a photo, when it was taken and more.
There are also noteworthy customization options, whereby you can change the layout and design of your tree, connecting to other trees in order to build maps of extended family ties. You can opt to receive updates on information and the site provides a real time smart match, making it quicker and easier to search for family members.
The free version of the site allows you to upload up to 50 photos. However it’s quite limited otherwise as you can only highlight 1 family line. Still, you can add notes of up to 500 words and create up to 2 events.
Upgrading is relatively cheap and TribalPages.com runs discount periods where you can earn up to 25% off one year subscriptions. They also do not continue your subscription after that 1 year period, so you don’t need to worry about forgetting to cancel.
The site is easy to use and its members seem to enjoy the simple features. However, its customer care has come under some scrutiny. You can download your research as a Gedom file so you won’t lose it and can transfer data to another site or piece of genealogy software if you prefer.
Upgrading your account unlocks a variety of tools and also improves on the number of photos you can upload. Upgraded members can make connections between trees, producing a more accurate family tree. They can also print charts and reports and the site removes adverts, making the experience a little more pleasurable.
Over all, Tribal Pages is a decent genealogy site. It’s lacking a few features and might be a bit too basic for more experienced users, but it has the key features in place. Prices are fair and affordable too, so we recommend setting up a free account to see whether or not it has everything you’re looking for.
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