Sunday, May 09, 2010 Announces full Integration with

The following is from announces full integration with This integration further deepens the features and capabilities between the two sites and offers members was established as an online community where members can preserve their family history, scrapbook their memories, and securely share rich life content all in one place. arcalife has developed a wide range of tailored tools and services to allow members to capture their ‘past’ and ‘present’ life content for ‘future’ generations.

The concept for was born from the most basic of human needs; to leave a lasting imprint of our lives and experiences. arcalife has developed a range of tools and services to enable members to research their family history, build a family tree, and securely share and collaborate with family members in building a ‘Digital Estate’ to pass to future generations. FamilySearch is the largest genealogy organization in the world. Millions of people use FamilySearch records, resources, and services to learn more about their family history. For over 100 years, FamilySearch has been actively gathering, preserving, and sharing genealogical records worldwide.

Aside from access to millions of free records, the integration will bring a host of new resources to arcalife members. Furthermore, FamilySearch members are now able to use to do more with their records, research, and family tree- including:

  • Add rich Media Content to Trees and Events - Photos, Videos, Records, Documents, and Timelines
  • Synchronize Trees and Events Between the Two Sites
  • Make Family History Scrapbooks, Biographies, and Printed albums from memories, experiences and events
  • Print large size color Family Trees with a few clicks, up to size 36.1 in × 51.1 in 100% Secure & Encrypted, Gated Site for Storing and Sharing Family History

“…We’re excited about this new integration as our members will now have access to a wider range of records, and FamilySearch members can do more with their existing research on our site” says Paul Taylor, CEO

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