If a bithday doesn't show up in tree mode, the reason is probably that you entered two or more different facts under the heading "Birth."
To avoid this problem (which happened to me also), I meanwhile made it a rule to never enter more than one fact under the heading "Birth." That is the fact that contains the date of birth. If I want to offer additional facts, I enter them under the heading "Baptism." That solved the problem for me.
The same is, by the way, true for the date of death. You should never enter more than one fact under the heading "Death." If you wish to offer additional facts related to a person's death, enter them under the heading "Burial."
Nope---guess again. Birthday line has date, nothing more. For the twins, everything is EXACTLY the same, 1 shows up, the other no mention. Members correct me on upcoming birthdays and the dates are in there, but the notices don't show up.
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Please reset the events that are being imported to your calendar from your tree.
To do so, please go to Settings > Calendar and uncheck the option to import events to the calendar from the family tree.
Save your settings.
Then recheck the option, and save your settings again.
One reason that could explain why you are not able to edit your tree right could stem from the difference between the types of trees that you could have online.
There are three different types of trees that you can have on a family site; a Web Tree that was made online, a tree that was imported to your family site using a GEDCOM file, or a tree that was made in Family Tree Builder, and published to your family site.
When you create a family tree in Family Tree Builder and publish it to your family site, you CANNOT edit the tree online. If you built your tree in Family Tree Builder, each time you would like to make changes to your tree online, edit your tree in Family Tree Builder and then re-publish your family tree to your family site. This will update the previously published tree (with the same name) on your site.
Esther / MyHeritage Team
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I noticed that MyHeritage often removes birth and death years from records, e.g. in tree mode, when there are multiple "Facts" added under the headings "Birth" and/or "Death." I don't understand exactly why this happens, but I assume that the software only looks at the first such entry, and if the date is contained in another entry, it won't be shown.
I helped myself by never entering more than one Fact under the headings Birth and/or Death. If I wish to offer additional Facts, I simply record them under the headings Baptism and Burial. That takes care of the problem.
I've now gone in to tree mode to see what I had written about him and noticed that there is lots more information and headers about me than about him, and my birthday is shown to my relatives in the newsletter. Even though I've also entered more information under the heading "Birth" than he has.
Also, birth is the first thing showing on both of our lists. So that should not be the problem. What else could be wrong?
I am trying to get the "relationship" of my bio father and bio mother changed. Even when I can get it to not say 'married' it sayes 'partners'. I decided to just suck that up, but it still sayes 'his wife' in his profile, and 'her husband' in her profile. On top of that, my Dad that raised me cannot be added as my Father if my bio father is already listed as such. Is there any way around these scenarios? If not, I will get rid of it all, as it won't be accurate.
Go to Settings -> Privacy. You have currently set your site up as a "Mixed Site," meaning that the records of those who have died already are visible to everyone, whereas the records of those people still alive are kept private.
You can change this setting to "Public Site." Then all records will be visible to everyone. However, you should consider carefully whether this is really what you want to do, because some of the people you show on your tree may not be happy with that decision and may request to have their records removed from the tree as a consequence of it.
For this reason, the default setting in MyHeritage is "Mixed Site."