Welcome to our weekly update on the new Ancestry website. Last week we covered the location issues, why they were happening and possible solutions. This week we rolled out a product fix to resolve it. As previously mentioned, we require a certain amount of information about the place in order to properly place it on the map. When a place name is ambiguous, e.g. it is listed simply as 'Chester' in your tree (lacks county or country to help define which Chester it really is), we will omit it from the LifeStory narrative. And while it will not be included in that narrative, it will remain in your tree exactly how you entered it. Before: We decide a definite location based on your input Now: We omit ambiguous location names on LifeStory, while keeping them on your tree. Another update we released recently is the 'stickiness' of Facts view vs. LifeStory. We understand you have your own preferences researching your ancestors; some of you prefer LifeStory to see your ancestors' stories, while some prefer staying on Facts view to focus on researching. Now, your preference will be 'sticky,' meaning if you are on Facts view when you log out, you will return to Facts view when you log back in.