Posted by Jason Reeve on September 28, 2022 in Ancestry AU&NZ Community, Uncategorized

Finding the Ancestry Blog for Australia and New Zealand has just become a whole lot easier!

As you may recall from recent blog posts, there’s an ongoing effort to help surface the Australian and New Zealand blog via;

 

1. Adding a greater frequency of meaningful posts that inform, educate, entertain and more effectively engage with you, our passionate and dedicated community.

2. The creation of a Quarterly Ancestry Community post which details events, community ‘spotlights’, new content and more (look for the next edition in early Dec).

3. Fixing the many broken links, improving the general style and mending the RSS feed – so you can stay on top of all the latest news.

 

This isn’t everything though.

 

Today you might notice a new notification on the ‘Help’ header of the homepage’s top navigation menu. That new notification signals the relocation of the blog from it’s current postion (a small hyperlink at the bottom of the homepage) to it’s new home in the main page navigation (under the ‘Help’ header). It’s a small, but important step towards making the Ancestry Australia & New Zealand Blog a valuable place to visit.

 

Find the Ancestry AU&NZ Blog under the Help section.
Find the Ancestry Australia and New Zealand Blog under the ‘Help’ section.

 

Still, there’s more.

In time, the blog will be visually updated and it will have better global alignment to ensure that you hear the latest and greatest updates from across the entire Ancestry network.

As always, I’m eager for you to help shape the content of this blog, so if you do have feedback, questions, or stories to share then please email [email protected]. I will always do my best to respond to each email, but it may take me a little time.

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Jason Reeve

As the 'Head of Content & Community' for Ancestry.com in Australia and New Zealand, Jason is a passionate advocate for discovering, sharing, and preserving the history of land, people and families.

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