If you like 23++, you might like…

Browsing the as-yet-untranscribed 1911 UK census available on Ancestry the other day, I got tired of clicking and scrolling through hundreds of pages just to find the one I wanted (having found the right registration district in the summary books). So naturally I wrote a browser extension to do it for me… well, it started out as a way to browse through the 1911 census, then every collection on every Ancestry site…

So now I can sit back and watch the records scroll by without getting RSI. Typically now that I’ve written it there’s no more records I want to find, but maybe it’ll save other people some time…

If you want to try it, you can get it from the Chrome Web Store.

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2 Responses to If you like 23++, you might like…

  1. Rob Warthen says:

    We love your tool, but it seems it is currently broken with the latest changes at 23andMe. Are you planning an update? If not, let me know and I will try to work with someone else to get it updated. Don’t want to loose this great work!

  2. admin says:

    Yep I’m finishing off a new version at the moment, should have it released within a few days.

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