The 'New Person' form has been enhanced
In Geneapedia all genealogical data are separate objects while the connecting object, the person, does not contain any genealogical information at all - only the name, which is the visual identifier of the person, and the gender. Consequently the 'New Person' form has been pretty simple. It has now however been enhanced so you can add birth and death dates and places as well as occupation. If these fields are filled, the corresponding attributes and events are created. This may speed up the process of entering a new person.
The database now contains 50 000 individuals
Much data from Bergen, Norway, has been added (Martens, Danchertsen, Grieg, Forman, and others) as well as German and French titled nobility, mainly Medieval.
Split function added
You can now split a person in two if you discover that information added for a person actually belongs to two different persons.