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Logging in to another computer
Doreen Scully
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Can anyone tell me how to log on to another computer?  I have been working on my laptop, but would now like to continue working on my PC.  When I tried, I could not access the sites I have already set up.
Doreen Scully
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RE: Logging in to another computer
Eric Dalton
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I just go to myheritage.com and sign in when i'm on a different computer. Usually works for me.
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RE: Logging in to another computer [2]
Doreen Scully
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I've just realised, I was a bit hasty in my  previous reply!  I am on my PC now and have downloaded the Family Tree Builder, but I cannot see the sites I have been working on on my laptop, (only the Sample site).  As you can tell, I am not very experienced with this programme yet and wonder if I can make changes on the main myheritage.com web site or if I can only make the changes on the Family Tree Builder?  If this is the case, do I have to copy the programme from my laptop onto the PC, or is there an easier way?  I appreciate all your help.  Thanks.
Doreen Scully
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RE: Logging in to another computer [3]
Eric Dalton
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If by "sites" you mean what you were working on in Family Tree Builder, then no, you won't see them on a different computer unless you upload the gedom from your original Family Tree Builder computer(there is a link) and send it to the new computer. If you have only been working on Family Tree Builder, it doesn't automatically translate to your main website online. If you haven't even been working on your tree online, then you will have to put the gedcom into your tree when you have it. If you have your work saved into the online site then you should be able to find it online no matter what computer you are on just by loggin in with your myheritage ID. If you have and want to put that into your different computer's Family Tree Builder, just go under the 'manage trees' tab and you can do it there.
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RE: Logging in to another computer [2]
Doreen Scully
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Thanks for your reply.  It did work for me this time!
Doreen Scully
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