Richard, you will have to export your tree(s) from FTM in the form of GEDCOMs and inport them into FTB. Family picture need to most tweeking. You might need to raise a ticket with MH support about the latest GEDCOM tags that need to be set.
I would also try, in the first place, exporting / importing a subset of the whole tree, say strictly your ancestors, to see how it turns out, and carefully read the exceptions report produced by the import, also do some integrity reports on your FTM tree to make sure your original is clean and tidy and all dates are in a valid format, no duplicates of places or sources, and that ages are on a sound basis (age of marriage, age of mother/father for first and last born, between siblings etc) as you will be able to correct those more easerly with the software you know that trying to find the solutions in FTB
i am getting more and more frustrated. I was given a package costing over £50 last Christmas. I then discovered I still didn't have access to all the features, so I paid another £50 to go premium. Being rather busy I haven't had much time to use the software until I realised that time was running out. Now I find that for Scotland the software is no good. The birth marriage and death records are very limited. What on earth have I paid all this money for?
A Family Site Subscription (Premium or PremiumPlus) entitles you to increased storage on your family site for people in the family tree, photos, videos and documents.
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I just got a message about a bunch of discoveries which match some of my family. I added them to my database but now what? How do I find the originator of these records and contact him/her? No matter what I do I can't find out how. My data cam from a J. Kellermeier in Germany I presume. How does one contact such folks. That is supposed to be the purpose of this site but you make it awfully tough to use.
I am manging 2 trees. I have my tree and my husbands tree. When I started I used my married last name and now that I am doing one on his side the 2 trees have the same name. Is there anyway I can change my tree to my maiden name? I just know somewhere along the line I am going to make a mistake and get them confused.
2012-ben készítettem itt egy oldalt, amire feltöltöttem adatokat. Akkor még ingyenes volt. Most szeretnék hozzájutni az adatokhoz, de csak akkor láthatom, ha fizetek. Hát erre nekem nincs 40.000 forintom. Adjátok vissza azadataimat és a fényképeimet, ingyen és bérmentve, mert akkor még ingyenes volt!
Can I add a name to my FTB project (and Sync with the site) without any connection lines? There is a person whom I strongly believe is connected to my family, but whose relationship, if any, is unknown. My hope is that a Smart Search might uncover the connection I seek.