Tillsammans kan vi finna våra förfäder!
Letar du efter en ana? FamilySearch svenska wiki har 740 sidor om uppteckningar, platser, ämnen och methods som kan hjälpa dig att hitta dina förfäder. Artiklarna är skrivna av frivilliga medlemmar precis som du. De arbetar tillsammans för att skapa ett online-bibliotek av information som eventuellt skapar möjligheter för alla medlemmar i gemenskapen att upptäcka värdefulla detaljer om sina familjer. Från nybörjaren till den professionella, alla vet någonting som kan hjälpa någon annan. Medans vi arbetar tillsammans, kommer vi finna våra anor!
De flesta FamilySearch Wikisidor innehåller "Navigering" länkar till ofta använda sidor. Utseendet och känslan av navigeringslänkarna har nyligen ändrats, men funktionerna hos länkarna är desamma.
Sökbox & Skapa en sida
Med sökfunktionen kan du söka Wiki hjälp av nyckelord för platser, olika registertyper eller familjehistoriska ämnen t.ex.
I sök-sektionens sidomeny till höger ingår:
Sök-boxen - The search box contains Subject, Place or Keywords. Type keywords and search terms here. For example, search keywords like "DAR" or "Daughters of the American Revolution" NOT "How do I find DAR records?" Hit the return key on your keyboard to see the search results.
Bläddra efter land - Klicka på "Alla länder" för att se en lista med världens alla länder och få information om dom (eller hjälpa till skapa det).
Bläddra efter ämne - Click on "by topic" to see major categories on the Wiki. This is not a comprehensive list of all topics available. Search keywords for topics not listed.
Skapa en ny sida - This is the easiest way for a registered user to create a new page! If you want to practice, go to your personal page under Personal Tools at the bottom of the sidebar. Read about How to Name a New Page before you create your page and you will be glad you won't have to change it later!
Rapportera söknings-problem - Rapportera alla problem du råkar ut för på Wikin i forumet för teknisk support (på Engelska).
Views - Clicking on "Views" will hide or show the section below it.
Page - Refers to the page you are viewing.
Redigera - The Edit link allows registered users to make changes to the page. You must be registered to edit the Wiki. Anyone may register! If at first you do not feel comfortable editing a page, you may want to practice on editing your own user page, learn how to edit in articles or by joining a group of community members working together on a project. For further help with editing, see Basic editing, Copy & paste, Intermediate editing, och mer avancerad redigering. Note: Some pages like the homepage may only be edited by administrators. There is also an Edit tab on the top of the page.
Discussion - Every page has an associated Discussion or Talk page which is used for communicating with other users before changing the content of the page. If you want to edit or make significant changes to an existing page, click on the associated discussion page and post your ideas. Other contributors watching the page will be notified automatically by email that you have posted a comment.
History - Every page has a History which shows changes that have been made and by whom they were made with a record of the date and time of every edit and the edit summary. The history also contains links to all previous versions of the page. To learn more about an author, click on the Username in the History. To leave a message for the author, click on Talk next to their Username and they will be automatically notified via email (if the author has chosen to receive emails). To see other contributions by the author, click on Contribs next to the Username.
Watch/Unwatch - Click Watch on any page that you would like to be notified of changes. You may choose to Watch a favorite topic or locality for future additions or you may want to be notified of changes on a page that you created or edited. To discontinue watching a page click Unwatch. When you are signed in you may see the list of your watched pages on My Watchlist link at the bottom of the navigation sidebar.
What links here - Lists other pages on the Wiki that are linked to the page.
Related changes - Lists recent changes to pages that are linked to the page.
Special pages - This page contains links to unique pages which allow you to access wiki reports, wiki statistics, and upload media files.
Printable version - The Printable Version provides you with a version of the current page that can be printed.
Permanent link - This link shows the web address for the current page.
Upload file - Use this link to upload images that spice up your new page! Images will go through an approval process before they are posted on your Wiki page.
Community Center - Our Community Center has something for everyone! This link takes you to many sections of the Wiki including places to connect and collaborate with others.
Community Meetings - Support is available for the newbie to the techie in our Live Community Meeting. These meetings also connect you with group projects where you can learn and collaborate with others.
Forums - Ask any family history or Wiki questions and find helpful people posting answers. You may also browse through questions and see if there is a question you could help answer!
Guiding Principles - Find the Wiki guiding principles and related links.
Policies - Find Wiki policies and related links.
Personal Tools Section
User name - When you are signed in, your user name will appear here. This links to your user page where you may post information about yourself, your research or family history interests.
My talk - Other community members may communicate with you on your talk page and if you select the email preference to receive emails, you will be notified when they post to your talk page.
My preferences - this is where a user may change personal preferences.
My watchlist - Manage your watchlist from this link.
My contributions - View your personal contributions from this link.
Sign Out - This link signs you out of the Wiki.
Combine accounts - This link allows you to combine duplicate Wiki accounts.
What is my user page?
Every registered user has a user page which is created for them when they register. However, it is a blank page until the user adds content to it. To add content to your user page, follow the instructions given in the "Wiki Editing is as Easy as 1-2-3" article.
To search for an author's user page in the search box, type the following "User:[name of user]" -- for example, User:loosle
Search for "Westwood, Wiltshire" and then click Search button. Click the Westwood, Wiltshire page link (should be the first search result). Then click the History link in the box at the top right. In the list that appears, look at one of the entries next to the date. Click on the name that appears to the right of the date. The user page of the person's name you clicked will appear. The title of the page will appear as User:[name of user]