Can You give me a status on my question related to the Time Book?
I am amaized that I did not hear anything from You after more than 1 month. When I opgraded to Premium Plus, You wrote that some of the benefits were quick support and my requiries would receive high priority.
I realize the program already has the feature to search for duplicate entries; but it's kind of aggravating, for me at least, to then have to manually change the entries. Could the feature be changed so that it's like the smart merge feature for smart matches; do step-by-step or automatic.
My tree's got close to 59,000 people in it and it's very annoying to have to manually edit duplicates. It would also be nice if the process was sped up so it didn't take hours to search such a large tree for duplicates.
By default...when you select "backup project"...the folder that is selected is "c:/../documents/myheritage". I normally save my backups to a external drive. Could there be a settings menu item that includes an option to set your default backup folder so that I do not have to navigate to my external drive each time. Just trying to save a few steps.
I have duplicate places in my tree; some of which are nearly identical and some of which aren't. For example, I have Grafton NSW and Grafton, NSW, Australia in my tree. Might I suggest a tool that goes through the places and searchs for duplicated, or similar, place names?
Don't know about web based trees, but if you are using Family Tree Builder, go to Tools, then Tree Consistency Checker, and look for Inconsistent Place Name Spelling. This will find a lot of the problem entries.
Instead of the trouble of uploading and downloading versions back and forth why not make an online tool similar to "Smart matches" but instead of people you can choose to match your places with your own places or others. Sometimes it might be easier to actually match someones villages than finding them on a map! Also a way to easily change or add words like county or country and then all your entries with that specific place will be changed. example: Yorkton, Canada will become Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada or Fromheden, AC will become Fromheden 5, Norsjö, AC