I have written before about Twile, an online service that helps users get a visualization of their family history information and to easily share that information with their family. (See http://goo.gl/vT5k7q for my previous articles about Twile.) Now the folks at Twile have announced a major addition to the services available, as described in this announcement:
LONDON, UK and SALT LAKE CITY, UT — Twile and FamilySearch International have announced the launch of a new feature that will let FamilySearch.org users generate a family history timeline and share their research with other family members online. The timeline is designed to make research and discoveries more engaging for the broader family—especially younger generations—and to encourage collaboration.
Connecting securely to FamilySearch.org, Twile imports a user’s tree and automatically adds events, such as births and marriages, to a personal, interactive timeline of their family history. Users can then browse the timeline, add photos, and share it privately with other family members.