MyHeritage is hosting MyHeritage Live! on November 2-4, 2018 in Oslo Norway. This first-ever user conference will feature keynote talks from Founder and CEO Gilad Japhet, and presentations from industry experts including Lisa Louise Cooke. If you aren’t able to make the trek to Norway, you’re still in luck! It has just been announced that live streaming will be available. 

The first-ever MyHeritage LIVE user conference is taking place November 2-4 in Oslo, Norway. This unique experience will bring together MyHeritage staff and internationally renowned genealogists while offering attendees the opportunity to expand their knowledge, ask questions, and give feedback. Lisa Louise Cooke is excited to be a speaker at this conference, where she will be teaching how to use MyHeritage SuperSearchTM to find your family history in newspapers.

MyHeritage has also announced that live streaming will be available on the MyHeritage LIVE conference website! This is a fantastic opportunity to hear from wonderful speakers and dig deep into the tools and resources that MyHeritage has to offer.

Tune in at 9 AM Oslo time on Saturday, November 3 for live streaming. If you need help calculating the time difference to your local time zone, you can use www.thetimezoneconverter.com. Make sure to visit the conference website to see the full schedule and tune in at the time of the lecture to watch the live stream. Both the genealogy and the DNA track classes will be streamed, and all sessions will be in English.

Whether you are attending in person or tuning in through live streaming, don’t forget to post and share all your experiences using the conference hashtag: #MHLIVE2018. See you in Oslo!

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Lacey Cooke

Lacey Cooke

Lacey has been working with Genealogy Gems since the company’s inception in 2007. Now, as the full-time manager of Genealogy Gems, she creates the free weekly newsletter, writes blogs, coordinates live events, and collaborates on new product development. No stranger to working with dead people, Lacey holds a degree in Forensic Anthropology, and is passionate about criminal justice and investigative techniques. She is the proud dog mom of Renly the corgi.

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