I am only using the online version. I have one son with my husband, but the line showing the relationship comes down from my husband's name only and not from the line showing that we are married. I know this is a little thing, but I want that line right!
is it possible to connect somehow the same person which appears in two family trees? Now I see two different persons on my web-site, that are actually only one person in the reality .
There was a similar question about a year ago with the following answer, that only the family tree builder allows to mark a duplicated person. Is it still so? Will it be possible on the web-site in the future as well?
My second question: can I delete a wrong smart match? If so, how?
An ancestor lost his first wife and remarried. I built my whole family tree under his first wife based on info given to me to by family ut found through records that he is actually a son from the second mother. How can I change that without rebuilding 4 generations worth of tree?
It happened when I tried to add a sposue to Thomas O'Donnell (b. 1963). I was finally able to add a spouse by adding an "unknown" spouse without name, gender, etc. I then went back and edited in the details. Thanks
Just wondered how I can make the Google maps feature more accurate I live in the UK and after adding information about the whereabouts of my wedding using full address and postcode on the personal page of my Wife or myself, the little question mark that shows a Google maps reference is slightly inaccurate, whereas if I go onto the Google maps site it gets it spot on, does anyone know how to get this spot on? I tried embedding the html code that links to the reference exactly but it does not work, any other ideas any other code I can use to embed or anyway to link to a Gmaps account?
MyHeritage.com is using a service provided by Google to embed a map programatically and call it's geocoding service. Unfortunately, the geocoding results (geographic location of an address) that the service provides is sometimes inferioir to the result you will get on maps.google.com.
We hope that Google will improve their service to thrid parties like us to be up to par with their own site.