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Going Digital - A how-to guide

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Thank you for your interest in moving from a print to a digital subscription to Family Tree magazine.

Follow the steps below and you’ll soon be enjoying your first issue of Family Tree to your chosen device (mobile, tablet or computer).

 

Not yet a subscriber?

  1. Click the link to either the App Store, Play Store OR PocketMags
  2. If you are using the App Store or Play Store, please download the Family Tree app
  3. Now you can choose your subscription plan, or try your first digital issue

 

Looking to switch from print to digital?

  1. Please email subscriptions@warnersgroup.co.uk to find out how many print issues of Family Tree you have left and arrange the closure of your print subscription. (If you click here an email is written ready for you)
  2. Now you can proceed to either the App Store, Play Store OR PocketMags
  3. If you are using the App Store or Play Store, please download the app
  4. Now you can choose your subscription plan (Just ensure you start with the copy following your final print copy)

 

Starting your free trial via the App/Play Store

We know you’ll love digital, but why not try before you buy?

  1. Open your Family Tree Magazine app, or download from either the App Store or Play Store
  2. Below the option to view the latest issue, there is a free trial message. Click this and you can choose the plan for you.

 

If you get stuck along the way feel free to email us

 

You can soon look forward to your first digital issue of Family Tree, complete with:

  • Bonus content such as videos and photo galleries
  • Easy-read article viewer – for seamless onscreen reading

You can now enjoy Family Tree wherever you are in the world! Happy family history reading!

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