If your tree has a widow/widower and this marriage produced two children, and the spouse then remarried and the second marriage produced no children, how can you show on the family tree both spouses? If you put in the second spouse, although the first spouse remains in the info portion, she/he is eliminated appearing on the tree.
Since many people are widowed or divorced nowadays, this seems like something that should be able to be shown.
If one photograph is associated with, for instance, 4 different individuals on a tree, does it use 4 times the space towards the maximum capacity or the same space as if it were just associated with 1 person? thank you.
I have created two separate trees - one for my family and another for my husband's family. I didn't realize I had to create a second site, so they are both listed under the same site, but with different tree names. I do not want them both published to the same members, as one tree is of no interest to the other. When I'm working on my husband's tree and I publish it, then it asks if I want to visit site and of course it takes me to my own tree. What do I do now to avoid having to create this whole tree all over again and avoid both trees going to the same members? Hope you can help me! Many thanks....Gail
Thank you for this, Esther. However, now, when I "Publish to My Heritage.com", one of my trees is listed in duplicate and publishes twice. Also, invites are sent twice. How do I correct this? thanks again!
Please go to Family Tree Builder, and to Publishing on the toolbar > Publishing Settings. From there, you will see a list of all publishing requests to your site(s). select any that are duplicates, and then select 'remove publishing'.
This will remove that Publishing request, the next time that you publish from your Family Tree Builder.
Esther, I hope I've not gotten myself into trouble here and I apologize for being such a nuisance. I tried to delete the FALLENDER TREE myself, and now the LEONARD TREE tells me I have no more space in my premium account. I know this cannot be the case. I do not want to lose the LEONARD TREE or anything on it. Please advise - I'm tearing my hair out! Gail
Having sent you the screen shots you requested, I have now decided that I want to delete the FALLENDER TREE. It is using up too much of my paid space and I do not want to upgrade again. I only want to retain my LEONARD TREE, which is the largest one. I've deleted all individuals and photos from the FALLENDER TREE individually, but there seem to be remenents of it. Can you do it from your end, taking care to leave the LEONARD TREE intact? Thank you!
I just figured out that I have a problem in my tree on myheritage. I entered by error the tree as if it were 2 different branches so I have one branch that is my side, and another branch that is my wife's side. Both my wife and I appear on both trees.
Branch one: Me --- ---Wife(her genealogy)
Branch two: Me(and my genealogy) ---- ---- Wife
These two branches appear on the same tree of the same myheritage account and I'm looking for a way to join then without having to re enter everything because I have quite a lot on each side, including photos, comments...
Unfortunately at this point in time there isn't a way to merge or join two family trees in the online tree editor.
It's possible to use our family tree software to perform the operation, but it will mean adding all the photos to the tree again manually.
I looked at your account details and I see that one tree has 19 people in it. That's not too many at all. It would be easiest for you simply to copy the information from the smaller tree by hand into the larger tree.
I'm now trying with the software, and do not find the option. On the software, my issue is then that I have two people without family link, and I need to join them. I don't find the option neither in tools nor family. Any hint?