Connecting People through Documents
San Antonio, Texas – 23 February, 2013
Clooz 3.2 continues to excite its user base with new and unique features. After a steady stream of free program tweaks and upgrades, the Clooz developers have now provided a unique method to aid in analysis of the data clues contained in the hoard of documents that we all accumulate.
The all new “Composite View” provides the user with a hierarchical tree like “picture” revealing all of the links and associations for a given document or person. These linkages show all the documents in your database a person is linked to, and any other people linked to the same document. Digging down into the Composite View structure identifies potential relationships between different people (linked to each other by their common appearance in the same documents). It’s a great way to gather documents containing people that potentially belong in your family tree, and then examine the document connections between these people while you decide if or how they fit in your ancestry.
The Clooz 3.2 upgrade is available for a free 14 day trial or direct purchase (100% money back guarantee within 30 days). Licensed Clooz 3 users receive this upgrade automatically at no additional cost. A link to the training video clip describinge basic aspects of the new Composite View. Eight other video clips are also available from our library, allowing interested researchers to better understand this exciting new addition and the over-all program itself.
Web Site: http://clooz3videos.ancestralsystems.com/
Joe Bissett, CEO of Ancestral Systems, LLC, states that he and Richard Thomas, COO, head of software development, as dedicated Clooz users themselves, found the new Composite View to be quite addicting. Once you get used to the new view, it’s difficult to work without it. Similar comments were reported by beta test users.
Joe stated that initial responses from the BETA test team and early installers was overwhelmingly positive. Here is just one example of initial user feedback: “Super new features! And I really like the short video technique of introducing us to the new features.”
Numerous other improvements were included in the Clooz 3.2 upgrade to improve the user experience, such as the ability to hide the un-used census links.
Interested researchers can “test drive” Clooz 3 for themselves by requesting a free trial of the fully functioning program at http://clooz.com/free_trial.php