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ReunionTouch Features

Share your family files on your mobile devices...

  • Person and family information including names, events, notes, facts, flags, and contact info.
  • Sources.
  • Pictures linked to people, families and sources.
  • Logs.
  • Multiple family files are supported.

Family View - the main screen, similar to the Mac version of Reunion...

  • Tap to navigate.
  • Preferred pictures appear in the family view.
  • Resizable child list.
  • Back, Forward and Home buttons.
  • Tap a husband/wife button to show the Person menu which includes: spouses, siblings, children, parents (if multiple parents are linked to a person), and other features.
  • A red Heart button indicates that a person has multiple spouses.
  • Customizable fields and field order appears under names.
  • Customizable gesture shortcuts.
  • Email the family view (in PDF format).

Editing...

  • Changes made in ReunionTouch will automatically appear on the Mac and any other devices running ReunionTouch.
  • Add, change, and delete fields (names, addresses, facts, events, notes, and flags).
  • Edit and view stylized text in notes, sources, and logs.
  • Add new children, spouses, and parents.
  • Add unrelated people.
  • Change child status and child order.
  • Link to existing children and spouses.
  • Delete people.
  • Remove links to people.
  • Add new logs and sources.
  • Enter and convert Hebrew dates.

Lists...

  • See lists of people, bookmarks, relatives, and places.
  • Hide, show, and resize the sidebar list on the iPad.
  • Apply settings/filters unique to each list.
  • Email lists (in text format).

Photos...

  • Pictures appear inside buttons in the family view.
  • View full-screen pictures with pinch to zoom.
  • View multiple pictures of a person with a swiping gesture.
  • View thumbnails for one person or for a group of people, such as: relatives, everybody in the current family, people with a certain surname, etc.
  • Play a slideshow using the current group of thumbnails.
  • Use your device's camera to take pictures and link them to people in your family file.
  • Add pictures from your device's photo albums.
  • Use mirroring to see the app (including slideshows) on your TV via the Apple TV.
  • Email pictures.

Tree View...

  • The tree view starts with a source couple, goes up 4 generations and down 4.
  • Pictures appear in boxes.
  • Settings button to choose the number of generations up/down, and to show/hide relationships and event places inside boxes.
  • Pinch to zoom in and out.
  • Drag to scroll.
  • Tap a box to change the source couple for the tree.
  • Tap the source couple to open their family record.
  • Back, Home, Forward, and Zoom buttons.
  • Email trees (in PDF format).

People List...

  • People are grouped by last name and sorted within each group by first name, birth date.
  • Search by last name, first name, married name, soundex and person id number.
  • Use settings to show all, males, females and subsets, such as people with pictures, people with multiple spouses, people with no parents, etc.
  • This list appears in the iPad's sidebar or as a separate view on the iPhone.

Bookmarks...

  • People can be added to and removed from the Bookmarks by tapping the Bookmark button on the iPad, or the Person menu on the iPhone.
  • Use the Settings button to change the sorting and to clear the bookmarks.
  • This list appears in the iPad's sidebar or as a separate view on the iPhone.

Places...

  • Search for places and display a list of people whose records include an event with the desired place.
  • This list appears in the iPad's sidebar or as a separate view on the iPhone.

Person Menu...

  • Show the spouses, children, siblings, and parents (if there are multiple parents) of a person.
  • Edit a person's information.
  • Edit links (to spouses, children, and parents).
  • Find Relatives.
  • Find Treetops.
  • Add to (or Remove) a person from Bookmarks.

Treetops...

  • Similar feature as the Mac version of Reunion.
  • Tap to navigate.

Ages...

  • Lists the events in a person's lifetime, with pictures.
  • Tap to navigate.

Sources...

  • View all sources sorted by source number.
  • See the number of pictures linked to each source record.
  • View and zoom the pictures linked to each source record.
  • Edit existing sources.
  • Add new sources.
  • When citing a source, a handy list of the 12 most recently used sources will appear.
  • Tap and hold your finger on a source citation in the Edit Notes screen to see a pop-up window with the source preview.

Logs...

  • View all the logs in the family file.
  • Edit existing logs.
  • Add new logs.

Preferences...

  • Select and order fields for the Family view.
  • Set the format of dates.
  • Choose the slideshow "slide time" and caption field.
  • Customize gesture shortcuts.

User Guide Included...

  • Quick access to the Table of Contents.
  • Drag to scroll.
  • Back and Forward buttons.

General...

  • Every window in ReunionTouch supports the device's portrait and landscape orientations.
  • Tap and hold a person's name in any list/view to show more details about a person, without closing the list/view.
  • Tap and hold an event or fact in the Edit Person or Edit Family window to see all of the data for that event.
  • Tap and hold a source in the Sources List to see more of the source text.
  • Tap the relationship field in the Edit Person window to see (and optionally go to) the source person for whom relatives have been identified.
  • Optimized graphics for Retina displays.
  • Sidebar can be positioned on either side of the iPad.

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