Where can I view, print, or edit the information from My Family booklet?

The booklet "My Family: Stories That Bring Us Together" is a tool for collecting and preserving your family story. It comes in a paper format. It is available in Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, Greek, Estonian, Finnish, Malagasy, Croatian, Haitian Creole, Hungarian, Armenian, Indonesian, Icelandic, Khmer, Lithuanian, Latvian, Macedonian, Mongolian, Malay, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Samoan, Albanian, Serbian, Swedish, Thai, Tongan, Ukrainian, Vietnamese, and Simplified Chinese.

You can obtain copies in many places:

Digital booklet

On 4 November 2019, FamilySearch retired the digital version of the booklet. You can view and edit the information on FamilySearch.org. You can also print pedigree charts, fan charts, and family group records there.

  • Photos and stories: Find your photos and stories in your Memories Gallery and in the Memories mobile app.
  • Family members: Find the names, dates, places, relationships, and other information in Family Tree, which you can view online, in the Family Tree mobile app, and in Family Tree Lite.
    • Note: If the information is not in Family Tree, it probably needs to be entered again. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Even if your family members need to be added again, the photos and stories were automatically transferred to your Gallery.

To enter data from a booklet into FamilySearch, we suggest that you use either the full Family Tree on FamilySearch.org website or Family Tree Lite

How do I download FamilySearch mobile apps?
How do I use FamilySearch memories to preserve my ancestors' life stories?
How do I print fan charts and pedigree charts in Family Tree?
How do I add a family member to the pedigree in Family Tree?

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