Quoting from the website, "FamilySearch FamilyTech's intended audience is that of a genealogy enthusiast who has a mid-beginner through intermediate comfort level with using technology. Those that read the articles on this site likely own and use a computer frequently, are comfortable using the internet, and likely own a mobile phone and digital camera. Content on this site is not geared towards computer beginners, nor those with advanced skills such as computer programmers or developers."
FamilySearch FamilyTech will be seeking additional contributors. The content types sought after for Tech Talk articles include: (quoting from the site)
- Technical how-tos – These are step by step guides leading a reader to accomplish a task on their own.
- Practical application of technology to help with any aspect of family history – These explain how a technology can assist specifically with family history. They may have how to elements.
- Product evaluation standards – While we don’t accept specific product reviews, we do want to discuss how to evaluate products for purchase/use, and how product features apply to family history.
- Viewpoints – Personal viewpoints on technology and family history topics.
- Tech news – Any new and exciting technology.