So your photo is actually coming up beside someone who isn't you? I would think that would be against the terms of service, but proving the infraction would probably be more trouble than anyone, even you, would be willing to go through.
When you make your own tree open to smart matches, you are accepting the terms of us showing the parts of your tree that is matched to another tree, to that site manager, and in return you receive that information from them.
If you are not interested in this, and it would be a real shame, since smart matching can connect you to many new and exciting research leads, then you can disable your tree from Smart Matching by going to Family tree, manage Trees, and under edit, you will see that option.
Please can anyone help? I have discovered that my mum had a boy and then a girl both adopted as babies. It was a secret that she took to the grave with her so i have no way of getting any other information about what happened to the babies. Can i get copies of the adoption certificates? Can i find out where and/or who they went to?
I cann't access the "Make Celebrity Collage" even I pressed the button of "Make Celebrity Collage" after installed the Celebrity Collage function, I can only see a blank page after that...... how come ??!!
Furthermore I would like to know if it is possible to allow some people to see the full page - including alive persons - without giving these persons the ability to add/change/delete information on the site.
Finally I would like to be able to limit the ability for selected members only to work on a certain part of the tree.
There are three different types of members for a family site. The site manager that is the creator of the site. This Site Manager has the most privileges, and can demote other site managers. You can also have other site managers on your site(if you promote them), who can change settings of the site.
To “promote” a member of your family site to Site Manager status if you would like help in managing the site: The user must first be a member of your site! You must be logged in as the Site Manager of your site. Go to the Site Members page and click on the person’s name to view their profile. On the left, click on “Promote to Site Manager”. Click “Yes” to approve.
Regular invited members of your site can see your family tree. Regarding editing privileges, if you build your family tree online, the default option is the tree (and other content) can be edited by the Site Manager as well as all site members.
If you use our family tree software to build your tree the default option is the tree cannot be edited online, but content can still be added to the family site by site members.
If you prefer to limit members’ ability to add information to the family tree or content to the family site, follow the steps below: Log into your family site. Click on Settings > Privacy. Click on the “Members” tab. Select NO for “Can members edit the family tree?” to prevent members from editing the family tree. Select NO for “Can members post content on the site?” to prevent members from adding photos and other content to the family site. Click the Save button to save changes.
Please note that this is an all-or-nothing setting. At this point in time, you cannot choose to select certain people that can see but not edit your tree.
If an & (ampersand) is included in keywords, when the keywords are edited again "amp;" is added after the ampersand, ie & by the program which makes the edit useless and you have to go through the whole of the keywords again.
I get around this at the moment by keeping all the keywords in the notes as well so if I edit the keywords I edit the notes then copy and paste.
the first list is correct, the second list is after returning to the photo to edit. (the program puts them in alphabetical order, that is why they are in a different order)
Charles John Stangroom, Janet Mary Hayter, James Meek, Frederick B Jackson, Harriet L Bowen, Jane Margaret Balding, Caroline Maud Gosla?, Thomas William Harrison, Anne Francis, John Harvey Pearce, Adelaide Louisa Wright, Henrietta Sophia Sainty, Maud Anne Bowen, Robert Geagen, Edmund Matsell, anne maria & christopher Chad Stangroom, mary emma & george goodenough hayter, anne & robert purday, elizabeth & william meek, latitia & john jackson, harriet & alfred bowen, susannah & richard belding, harriet & thomas william goshant, maria & john james kerrison, anna jane francis, elizabeth & henry james pearce, ann sarah & george wright, susan & henry chaplin sainty, isabella phillis & john abigale bowern, mary & stephen geagan, harriet & edmond matsell
Adelaide Louisa Wright, ann sarah & george wright, anna jane francis, anne & robert purday, Anne Francis, anne maria & christopher Chad Stangroom, Caroline Maud Gosla?, Charles John Stangroom, Edmund Matsell, elizabeth & henry james pearce, elizabeth & william meek, Frederick B Jackson, harriet & alfred bowen, harriet & edmond matsell, harriet & thomas william goshant, Harriet L Bowen, Henrietta Sophia Sainty, isabella phillis & john abigale bowern, James Meek, Jane Margaret Balding, Janet Mary Hayter, John Harvey Pearce, latitia & john jackson, maria & john james kerrison, mary & stephen geagan, mary emma & george goodenough hayter, Maud Anne Bowen, Robert Geagen, susan & henry chaplin sainty, susannah & richard belding, Thomas William Harrison