I'll be updating the OnGenealogy site with a vast number of digitized microfilms and books now available at FamilySearch. These are all available online, but some are governed by contracts that only permit you to view them at a Family History Center or FamilySearch affiliate library. That may sound overwhelming, but there's probably one within 30 minutes of where you live. I'm a homebody and I have been willing to drive to one of these centers to view these new record collec…
If you use Google Chrome as your internet browser/search engine, they have a couple of helpful features in the URL window.
Here's an example URL in a Google Chrome search window:
In the image above, you can click on the URL window (if you're using Google Chrome for your browser) and a QR code appears in the URL window. Click the QR code icon and a larger QR code appears. You can use the QR scanner app on your phone to scan the code and it will open this URL/website on your phone.
This is a simple help to let you open a desktop website on your phone. So if you're working on a desktop computer but want to send the link to your phone, you'll use this QR code in the URL window. You will need to have a QR code scanner app on your phone. Go to your phone's App Store and download a free QR code scanner.