I have a fairly large and sprawling family tree. It is great for looking for new relations, new details, smart matches and Record matches. It is a Working tree.
But a lot of the people in it are too remote to be in my personal family tree.
So what I need is another tree, not connected to smart matches or anything like that. Like a book that has been proof read and revised and is ready for publication...
Ideas please, I am sure others are in the same situation. How do I start the new tree (can I select who I transfer to it or do I have to transfer the lot and delete all those I don't want in the final version?)
And technically how is best to do it? I am not very experienced with computers so what, basically, is the method; and what do I click on (!) to make it happen?
And then having started the new tree how do I transfer the desired new people and details as I acquire them in the working tree?
P.S. I would be delighted if MH could set this up for everyone; it's a concept that should be really popular. And it would open up their market; so far as I know no-one else offers anything like it. MH, please show this to your chief executive! G.
I have been working with family genealogy since early 1999 , and like you I have a large tree with many extended families.
I call it my speculative tree, actually it turns out to be a source tree. As I find and verify bloodlines, family members closely related to my core family then I transfer to my direct Maternal/Paternal tree. This one I will publish for the immediate family.
The source tree is public so everyone can take advantage of all my research, so it may help someone in their travels in the fog.
Never thought about incororpating something like that into a program. All I do is Just remove a direct line and work on it, then merge it back in. Requires a lot of back up to prevent contamination and corrupt data getting into the mix.
ok it cant be that unusual that a person changes surname several times (due to several marriages, or just "for fun"). How can that be handled?
The best thing iould be if every person had several surnames fields, (with connected date and reason for change fields) but now I can only find "name as married" name as unmarried" (only for women for some strange reason, men changes their familynames quite often to their wifes here in sweden) and "earlier name".
But if someone have been married 2 (or more) times? Or been married and then later created a new family name? Can this be filed somehow?
I realise it might not have been as common in the older days, but when tracking current relatives it would be very useful, since all kinds of name changes are pretty normal nowadays (at least here in sweden and scandinavia)
I think in tune with your cocept that the same applies for name variations.
One needs a "index name" becuse some family names are spelled many ways but they Doo come from the same root.
More needs to be explored on the NAMES issue and I support your concept.
I think you will find that you can have vary the default name for a male such that it CAN be varied as a marry name. it Does Exists 00 but I cant look right now. If you cant find it report back here and I WILL find it.
Hello. I started the tree in 2009 and only now it is getting a spin. I added a few admins so they can manage tree too like editing and adding new ppl but they are able only do pictures. Please check attached files. What should I do to make them able to edit? I understand it is given by default but not in my case. Thank you
Every photo editor I've used (e.g., PhotoImpact, Photoshop Elements) will open TIFF files and Save As JPEG. I use this facility to make all of my site pictures JPEG. (Of course I save in a different folder!)
Etter at jeg laget et familietre får jeg ikke søke om medlemsskap i andres sider. Det var ikke noe problem før. Jeg får opp et vindu som sier at jeg må oppgradere til Premium før jeg kan søke medlemsskap.
Jeg har kjøpt ett eller annet på MyHeritage via Itunes, pris kr. 159,- som jeg trodde var en måneds Premium. Fakturanummer er 162097954414. Det står Init. abonnement under type. Hva er det?
If I have found that I have matches on both myhusbands side and my side on another tree - how can I in the other tree see how these two persosn are related there?
I have some memory of being able to compare how person A and person B are related to one another in a tree but maybe I remembered wrong.
Family Tree Builder is the off-line 'worksheet' myHeritage program from which those of us who use it publish our on-line family trees. It can tell you up to 6th cousins and 34 generations how people are related This used to be available in the on-line tree as well, but was discontinued, because MH management thought (erroneously) that it wasn't used enough. In my opinion, people, like you, just did not know about it. I use it all the time on FTB and had taught my members (who, of course, have no access to my 'worksheet' FTB program) how to use this function in the on-line tree.
I agree so much, Ingrid! It's a pity that they have removed that function from the online site. I used it a lot because it's so efficient when you want to se how you and some remote relative are related. However, I Mentioned it in MyHeritage*s Facebook site, and they promised to bring that issue further to the developers of the online site.. So let's hope.. If they can bring it back I would approciate it a lot.
i have put birth years in for family members but they are only showing up under the name for some of them does anyone know why this is and they are not there for everyone any help would be appreciated ty