The privacy settings allows you to control access to your family site.
First it is important to understand what kind of audience may visit your family site.
There are three possible types of users for any family site. The first is the webmaster/creator, which is the person who created the family site or another member promoted by the original webmaster to webmaster status. The Webmaster has the most privileges. Second are Site Members – these are family members and friends that have been invited to the Family Site, typically with lower privileges but still able to contribute content to the family site. The third are guests, i.e., the general public; guests are not allowed to add content and are usually limited too with respect to the content they are allowed to see.
You can change your family site’s privacy settings at any time, by following the procedure below:
First, log into your family site. Look under the main tabs of your family site and click on Administration > Privacy.
Pick the privacy setting for your site that best suits your preference, among the following options:
1) Mixed Site – A few sections in your site will be open to guests, but private information will be restricted to members and webmasters only. This is the default and most popular option. Living individuals will be masked as “Private” in the Family Tree when viewed by guests, to protect the privacy of your family.
2) Public Site – Allows everyone to view all sections of the Family Site, including the Family Tree.For your protection, living individuals will still be masked as “Private” in the Family Tree, for guests.
3) Private Site – The Family Site and Family Tree are will be accessible only to site members and webmasters.Guests are not allowed.
Click Save to finalize your choice. You can change the privacy setting at any time later.
There isn’t really a way to merge two people in different trees online. What you can do is merge two family trees. If you are really interested in trying to do that, let me just tell you that is a little complicated for online trees.
Firstly, you will have to export both your family trees to Family Tree Builder. Then you can use the export branch feature and export a specific branch from one family tree and then import in to another tree in the Family Tree Builder software.
To do this, go to Family Tree Builder and import the first GEDCOM file (or open your existing family tree project if this is your basis for the merge). Then import the second GEDCOM file, using the ‘File>Import Gedcom’ option in Family Tree Builder. A wizard will open, asking you to select the GEDCOM you wish to import. In the ‘Configuration’ page in this wizard, there is an ‘Output’ section, which gives you an option to merge the new GEDCOM file into the previous project. Choose the Merge option and complete the wizard. Please note, that if there are duplicate people in the two GEDCOM files, they will remain duplicates and will not be consolidated, you will need to delete the duplicates manually. We intend to provide more advanced features for merging GEDCOM files and consolidating duplicates, in the future.
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