Please delete all sites I have, I will need to recreate all the sites I have. Everytime I try to do something it gets worse.
When you delete the sites I request is that something only you can do or is that something I can do from my end so I don't have to further request the help to do that? If I can do that myself please tell me how. Thanks
A premium subscription is per Family Site.
If you have two trees in the same site,
each member will have to be associated with a specific tree,
and will get notifications for this tree.
You can also set up the site so that each member will see himself in the tree page, as a default.
Very impressed with the comprehensive nature of MyHeritage website and the Family Tree Builder.
Not quite understanding about Guests accessing custom pages...
Am I right in thinking a Guest is someone who has joined MyHeritage.com but is not a member of my family web site?
I have set up a couple of custom pages as a test, to see how they work. I want a blog that family members can read but guests can't.
I see that my website was named by my heritage.com as Hill Web Site, I want to change it because the family trees I have uploaded have nothing to do with the name Hill which is my husband's name. Thanks.
Click on "General", and one of the first options will be title of the site, that you can edit as you like. While you're there, you may also want to modify the address of the site to one that is easy for you to remember, if you haven't done so already.
When you're done with the changes, click "Save" at the bottom of the page.
my 14 year old son created our tree, and promoted me to a manager. He as gotten some of the info wrong and i want to correct it. I am supposed to be able to see the 'edit' button next in people's bubbles (http://www.myheritage.com/help/2008/11/how-do-i-edit-someones-details-in-my-online-family-tree/en/ ) but i can not.
So, where did i go wrong, or am i not cleared to do things like that?
Hi - I was stuck with this same problem and when I found the FAQ item on it, I read it and re-read it many times in disbelief. Is this really correct? Your software that you suggest be downloaded for ease of use immediately makes it so that I cannot collaborate with my distant relatives who are trying to help make our family tree much better? Instead they have to send all changes to me via email and I have to enter them myself? I certainly hope this isn't the case as it defeats the purpose badly.
What are any other ways to work around this issue and make a collaborative-oriented tree online?
And is there active work on an update for FTB and/or MyHeritage to allow this feature that it would seem many people would want and/or require? I've been very impressed by the site and have added a lot in the last week as I've gotten started but will need to re-ponder this possibly. And I'm really not wanting to do that - I'd rather be working on the history. :-)
If you created your tree in family Tree Builder, but would really like to share your family tree with your family on your family site, and enable your users to edit the tree and help you research your history, please see the following post (link) in our FAQ:
Thanks for the reply. After some fiddling yesterday, I did come to a similar conclusion and also tested the ability to export the online GEDCOM back down to my local computer in order to re-import it into Family Tree Builder. Can you comment on whether this will have other consequences? The purpose is to re-capture all of the online changes at 6 month intervals so that as the changes become minimal, I will likely re-publish using FTB and simply 'own' the database myself and manage pictures from the windows app.
the only consequences of regularly exporting or importing Gedcom files is that Gedcom files are all unique and never replace other files. This may cause some confusion, if certain files are more updated than others. This is why we suggest only working with as few files as necessary at a time.