Re: Linking Trees #general
On ancestry, you can invite people to your tree, but not necessarily give access totoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
edit. Also, it allows you to see what the source is that came up with information
and attach it directly to the person. And, as jewishgen is now affiliated with
ancestry and the search results turn up the jewish records, those can be directly
attached as well.
On geni, you can edit how far out you want to receive reminders of birthdays, etc.
And, at the top of a person's page it tells you what the relationship is to the
person logged in and shows you how the connection is made. IMO, this site is good
for keeping in contact with family (even distant ones) and remembering to send
greetings on those special occasions.
I am not saying it is necessarily a good idea to combine trees, but if a person
Johannesburg, South Africa
On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 3:37 AM, Joseph Fibel<email@example.com> wrote:
I am pretty careful about the data I add to my tree. if we combine trees >from on