A Must New Years Resolution for Everyone: Register for RootsTech 2022 – Virtual & Free!

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It’s not too late to add one more resolution to your New Year’s 2022 list or to make it your only resolution for this year.

RootsTech 2022 is once again going to be completely virtual and FREE to all worldwide, live from 3-5 March 2022

AND online registration is now open!

Registering is a bit different this year. It is still necessary to have a free FamilySearch account.

First, go to RootsTech. There is an introductory video clip, less than a minute long that you can choose to watch. It’s not necessary to register.

Next, scroll down just below the video:

The registration form is on the right side of the screen. Fill it out and you’ll see a message saying that confirmation will be emailed within a couple of days.

That’s all there is to it!

What will attendees get out of RootsTech 2022?

1. Connections with old & new family members and friends.
2. Development of deeper understanding of your heritage and culture.
3. Acquisition of knowledge abput new methodologies and resources to extend your family history knowledge from a worldwide lineup of top notch speakers.

RootsTech 2022 is just two short months away.

Don’t miss out! Register now!

If you’ve never attended RootsTech before, did you know that last year’s virtual sessions can still be viewed?

Just sign in to your FamilySearch account and you’ll be able to view all the recorded RootsTech 2021 sessions. If you attended last year, and haven’t finished viewing your playlist, now is the time to finish up.

RootsTech 2021 was a fun learning experience in spite of the pandemic forcing the cancellation of the in-person event in Salt Lake city.

The team did a great job setting up the online conference to allow lots of interaction between attendees, speakers and participants and Expo Hall vendors.

RootsTech 2022 promises to be even better.
I hope to “see” you there!


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