How do I let other family members see my family tree?
Because Family Search is primarily a tree for the deceased, information for living is classified as private. However, when you want to share you deceased ancestors, all your family members need to do is to have an account on Family Search, then, if there is a relationship, have them link themselves to the closest deceased.
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How do I share information on Family Tree?
Thank you for contacting FamilySearch Community.
As I understand, you would like other family members to view your family tree?
FamilySearch is a WorldWide Family Tree, and anyone who has a free FamilySearch account can log in and, using the Search function find a common ancestor. If it is a living person, they will not show up on the tree, so they would need to look for a common ancestor who has died.
If you have a family member that would like to create an account, here is a link that you could send them with the instructions.
Did you know you also have direct access to FamilySearch knowledge articles through our website? On your Family Tree, if you go to the upper right-hand corner, you will see Get Help with a down arrow. Click the arrow, and in the dropdown menu, click Help Center. You can type in topics such as merging, correcting, adding, or partners in the search bar. You'll find a wealth of information, including answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). Articles are updated frequently and contain valuable problem-solving details to help you find your ancestors and work with the various FamilySearch features.
We hope the information is clear enough that you can understand how to allow other family members access to your Family Tree. Please let us know if you have any further issues, and we will be more than happy to assist you.