If you are looking for Heredis, you have come to the right place. We explain what Heredis is and point you to the official download.
What is Heredis?
Heredis is a software program used for keeping track of one’s genealogy. This genealogy software, developed by BSD Concept, is part of the Heredis Blue Suite of genealogy software. Users can easily input data about members of the family; from their basic information such as name, birth date, occupation, date of death, spouse, children; as well as marriage information. Data entry is categorized into 3 sections: Immediate Family, Personal Data, and Union Data.
You can find more information about an individual by simply clicking on the name, or using the Search option. Users can also link images to a person’s record, to make it easier to recognize individuals listed in the database.
Moreover, the software enables the user to burn genealogy data to a CD, for a hard copy of their genealogy. Data entry is efficient because the software will identify if a person is already included in the records; meaning, if the software detects that an individual’s name already exists, the user will be prompted that it could be a duplicate.
The person then can check the details of the previous record, and if it is the same person, all information can be merged to create just one genealogy record of the individual.
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File types supported by Heredis
Our users primarily use Heredis to open these file types:
About file types supported by Heredis
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Last updated: : June 7, 2022