Twile Now Offers Improved Tree Performance

I have written before about Twile (www.twile.com), a product that allows family historians to create rich, visual timelines of their family history, made up of milestones and photos from their ancestors’ lives. (See https://duckduckgo.com/?q=site%3Aeogn.com+twile for a list of my past articles about Twile.) Now the company made some big changes to the invisible parts of Twile, which means that the whole website now runs faster and can handle any size of family tree. You will hopefully notice that everything loads more quickly, especially if you have a large family on the site.

You can read more about the new improvements in the Twile Blog at https://twile.com/blog/2016/04/twile-is-now-even-faster/.

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