I have a relative who would like to read the stories of our ancestors. How can I get her access to my tree without giving her my password. She only wants to view and read it. It would not allow her to add, delete, or edit any information I have.
Thank you for using the Community and asking this question. If you wish to share your information with anyone, they can sign up for the free FamilySearch account then they will have access to all the information on a deceased relative that you have. If they will go to the ID number of those for whom they wish to see the stories you have posted they will be able to see them.
Hello @KennethOlson77. In addition to the solution @Dlog offered, there is also the entirely public facing website ancestors.familysearch.org. Visitors there can view but not edit profiles of persons in Family Tree.
Seemingly good advice from @dontiknowyou - especially when I was immediately presented with the ancestor on whom I had performed the search.
However, two further ancestors (of whom I knew I had attached items in Memories) were not found, so I wonder if perhaps not every individual to be found in Family Tree also appears at https://ancestors.familysearch.org/en/en/search
Entering birth and/or death details still gave me the same (unmatching) individuals who carried the same name(s).
To engage persons who are reluctant to create an account and log in on FS, the FS Ancestors pages are a great option.
To answer @Paul W's question: FS Ancestors does not include most profiles on Family Tree. It includes only the small minority that are sufficiently complete (and stable?), plus any searched for using the PID from Family Tree. This means Family Tree contributors can pre-load the Ancestors database with selected PIDs, if necessary, to enhance the genealogy discovery experience for others.
Another option is to print off pedigree fan charts or trees to share.