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Related Faces Beta Tester Application
Related Faces is currently taking applications for testers.
Related Faces™ is a new and unique tool for genealogists or any person with old photos. We combine treasured old photographs with Related Faces proprietary technology to enrich genealogical searches. Our powerful tools enable our users to:
Identify previously unknown faces in photos
Group faces into photo albums
Create specific profiles for individuals in their photos
Utilize a targeted user collaboration system to identify unknown individuals
Digitize delicate older photos safely with mobile devices
Please answer all of the application questions honestly. We will be doing many rounds of testing and will need many types of users. For example: Previous experience as a tester may not exclude you. We are looking for many people with many skills. numbers of photos, etcetera.
Please note: Testers will be required to sign an Nondisclosure agreement and must abide by the terms of that agreement. Testers may receive free access to the product for a length of time determined by Related Faces, depending on the tester and the requirements of the test being done.
Anyone chosen as a tester will receive communications from Related Faces either by email or telephone.
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What is your full name?
What is your email address? If you are selected as a tester this email will be used to establish your account.
Please provide a user name. This name will be used to establish your account if you are selected, and will be visible to other users, so please keep in mind privacy and your own comfort level. (Limit 25 characters with no spaces)
Please list your city, state/province and country.
What is your telephone number?
What is your age?
18 to 30
31 to 50
How many years, if any, have you been participating in genealogy?
Less than 1 year
1 to 5 years
5 to 10 years
more than 10 years
I am a professional genealogists and/or archivist
My genealogy skill level is:
My skill level using a computer is:
I struggle with computers and do not like to go on-line. Smart phones make me nervous.
I am moderately skilled; can send emails, name and organize files, operate a smart phone.
I am very skilled with computers. I have no fear of new features and applications.
I am a professional who uses the latest, cutting edge in digital technology.
Approximately how many photographs do you own that are greater than 50 years old?
301 - 1000
Approximately how many of your photos are older than 100 years?
Please estimate how many of the photos in your possession, over 50 year old, include people who are unknown to you.
Please indicate how much time each week you can apply to testing for Related Faces.
15 to 30 minutes
30 minutes to 1 hour
1 to 5 hours
More than 5 hours
Please list the top 5 locations where your photos, greater than 50 years old, were taken. (For example: Indiana, USA; Orust, Sweden; Cleveland, Ohio, USA; Kolmar, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany; Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA.)
Are you willing to share your photos and collaborate with others?
What languages do you have experience with?
My native language is:
My proficiency in English speaking is:
Novel (I know a few words and phrases)
Pretty Good (I can converse with some errors and my accent is sometimes a problem)
Fluent (I can converse with few error and can be readily understood)
My proficiency in English reading and writing is:
Poor, I use a translating app.
Novel (I know a few words and phrases but still rely on a translation app)
Good (I read and write well enough to be understood)
Fluent (I write freely, am easily understood and read and write complex sentences)
If you belong to one or more genealogical group(s) or society(ies), please list them here.
If you would like to refer one or more potential testers, please type their full name, email address, country of residence and English abilities, if known.
You may provide a short statement as to why you would make a good Related Faces Tester.
I have previously served as an online product tester.
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