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Can I extract information from a record to more than one person?

Saving a record found in SuperSearch, or via a confirmed Record Match, to your tree creates an association between the record and the individual profile in your tree.

Once the connection has been established, you can extract information from the record into the tree profile, and now you can extract information from a record found in SuperSearch or from a Record Match into multiple profiles on your family tree on MyHeritage – all at once.

After confirming a record you received with Record Matches, or saved it from SuperSearch, you will be redirected to Extract Info page.

1. On the Extract Info page, click the [>>] arrow buttons to extract the information you want into your family tree, or the [>>>] button at the bottom to take ALL the information at one time.

2. Scroll down – below the section about the main person – to see the list of all relatives included in the same record. They will be in the same order as they were listed in the record.

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3. Choose to extract information to your tree for each of the related individuals or choose to extract information for all the related individuals by clicking on the “Extract all info for all people above” button.

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4. Finished? Click the green “Save to tree” button to save all the information.

Note:  To take full advantage of the Extract info feature, a Data subscription is required. Don’t have one? Choose from our range of options which include unlimited access to all historical records on SuperSearch.

Categories: Record Matches, SuperSearch
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