The relationship report is one of the things I like the best - and can not really use it, since I have over 5-6000 people in my tree. The FTB - takes 10 seconds and you have the whole thing there, no matter amount of generations. Really irritating. In addition, on the smart-searches, I get up "direct ansestor" once in a while. If it is under 20 generations, support told me - but what's the point? We want this information. If I had known this - I would have taken another system. This was never told anywhere. This pisses me off 100%.
Sorry to hear you were counting on the relationship report! I understand that it's an important feature to you. I've contacted the developers and asked them put improving on the algorithm that calculates the relationships on the roadmap as soon as they can.
thank you for asking. I wrote you an answer on e-mail you sent. There is not possible to export a GEDCOM file for members - only if you are webmaster in such site. You can ask the webmaster of the site you are member to promote you to webmaster and then it will be possible for you.
I created an online family tree and sent my husband an invite. He has added a lot of people to his branch but now he wants to do his own tree that is more extensive to his line. Is there a way he can add the listings from the branch he added to my tree or will he have to re-enter all of them again in his own tree?
Hello, I'm webmaster. I want to add a new article, but when I click at "Add new article" the error message "The page you were trying to visit has been specified as off limits by the Site manager" is displayed.
Pls help me, where I can correct settings for adding new articles. Thx.
I do not speak French sorry.
I am trying to find our ancestory from France.
My grandfather was from Douai.
His name was Auguste Jupin, who married a Violet May Salter born 1891.
I am the administrator of the Jupin-Cole family web site.
Do you have any idea how i would get further in my searching.
You can research your family history using the following methods:
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2. Use the MyHeritage.com Smart Matches feature. This unique feature compares your family tree to the millions of other family trees on MyHeritage.com and discovers family trees that match (overlap) your tree. This is found in the Family Tree > Smart Matches page of your family site, or in the Family Tree Builder software. If you are using Family Tree Builder, be sure to publish your family tree first as this increases the quality and quantity of your Smart Matches.
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Please can someone give me an answer and explain Why 112 year old lady in my Family Tree is not recognized as a living person by MyHeritage Family Tree builder? I havn't ticked the box where it asks if the person is deseased. The lady is born Jun 01 1899 and still very healthy and alive.
No I haven't checked as Deceased, but the Family Tree Builder is doing it automatically. I'm removing the tick from deceased and saving it but later when I look at it it's back to deceased again by itself. Like you told me I've increased the standard age for a living person from 110 to 125 years.