Saturday, March 30, 2013

RootsTech review by FamilySearch

RootsTech 2013 in Review

RootsTech-WelcomeNow that RootsTech 2013 is over, we can finally catch our breath and see just what a great conference it was. We want to thank everyone who attended—and those who took part in this family history conference remotely. Hopefully each of you enjoyed yourself with some of the excellent presentations that were made.
This year’s RootsTech conference was a remarkable success. We had approximately 6,770 total registered attendees. More than 13,000 people tuned in to watch the live streaming sessions. More than 1,500 youth attended a special youth oriented program. Altogether, more than 21,000 people were able to take care in some part of RootsTech 2013. That’s exciting! Rootstech-Dennis
There was great content with excellent keynote speakers and more than 250 sessions and workshops. For those who did not get to attend all the classes they wanted, you can access selected classes and keynote addresses by visiting
We’d love to hear what you thought worked well so we can do it again next year. We’d also like to hear your suggests that might make RootsTech 2014 even better. Please take a moment and share your thoughts with usRootstech-Crowd by visiting
We have already begun preparations for RootsTech 2014, which will be February 6 – 8, 2014, at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. Next year we will stream selected conference sessions to more than 600 sites around the world. We expect that more than 120,000 people will be able to attend RootsTech 2014, either in person or via the internet. So come join us next year for another exciting RootsTech conference. We look forward to seeing all of you there.




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Rootstech-FS Booth


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