02 January 2012


This story was recently written by mocavo.com, the genealogy search engine.
Today we’re excited to announce a subtle, yet significant improvement to your genealogy search results, for both free and paid users. Now when you run a search on Mocavo.com as a free registered user, you’ll see two new options under each of your results:

The first of these is the “I’ve Read This” button, allowing you to mark off which results you’ve investigated, letting them stand out from the ones you’ve yet to read.  When you click on a link in Mocavo, it automatically sets it to “I’ve Read This”.

The second is the ability to rate those pages you’ve already read through with four options: “The Person I’m Looking For”, “Maybe A Good Match”, “Not Who I’m Looking For” and “Broken Link.” This will allow you go to back and re-reference the pages you’ve been through, at a glance, to see whether or not they were helpful in your research.

These features are now live for Basic and Plus users alike, so go give them a try and let us know what you think. Happy searching!


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