I have noticed that since I became a member of MyHeritage, I have become a member of other members' family Web sites, and a number of them have a Welcome message similar to the one attached (I have blanked out the member's name and other information that can be sensitive).
Notice the bolded sentence "Sheldon, you are more than welcome to participate and contribute too!" I at first thought that this was a way to welcome me to the other member's site, but I have also noticed this more and more on other Web sites I have joined. Frankly, it is a little embarrassing to be singled out like this, and I asked the members to remove that sentence from their Welcome messages. I know that I should be welcome to do research at their sites (and they would be welcome to do research at mine).
Is there something at MyHeritage that is causing the same sentence to appear in the Welcome messages? I am wondering how most of the members whose sites I joined have the identical sentence in their Welcome messages. They seem not to know of the problem. Although they can edit their Welcome messages, is there someting else that is causing this problem?
My, I've made multiple requests to delete a few trees I accidentally made so I could work on things, and have YET to have "support" follow through "within one or two business days" as their request ticket claims.
The reason this happens is becouse the tree is over 50.000 people. In order to avoid accidental deletion of this large numbers, and due to the fact that when we delete such large amount it can impact other features such as Instant Discoveries and Smart Matches.
We did have a case where deleting a large tree broke our Instant Discoveries system.
This is why you need to contact support and they will delete the tree for you, when we are given the go-ahead by the guys running the systems and servers.
First post. I'm just starting to use MH, because i'm intrigued by the '23andme' genetics tie-in, which I have just sent for processing.
I have imported a GEDCOM from a site that my mother uses, and in order to undertake a data integrity exercise, i'd like to check all existing family tree member's details, where possible. To get a headstart on this, i'd like to be able to produce a form/ template for each member of the tree, so I can send it to living relatives, to see if they can fill in any missing information.
Is it possible to export records for each member of the tree, which would show which fields or not populated, along with those that are? I use Linux as my operating system, so do not use Family Tree Builder.