I worked a lot on my grandmother's tree, how can I transfer this info to my own tree since is the same data? Thank you everybody I got my answer, not need for more responses.
FamilySearch/Family Tree is a collaborative tree, where we ask our users to work together. The article link below will explain.
If you want a tree where only you can change the information, we suggest you may want a desktop program. You can find several choices in the Solutions Gallery in FamilySearch. While on FamilySearch, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click Solutions Gallery, then choose Family Tree Management to view the ones available. If you wish to have it interface with Family Tree, you will need to choose the Filters under FamilySearch Compatibility "Reads information from FamilySearch", and "Updates information into FamilySearch".
The link below may be helpful,
Wishing you success if finding what you are looking for.
Thank you Sanra, very good information!
To connect yourself to your grandmother's tree, you only need to add in the living people and attach to your grandmother's name if she is deceased.
You are looking for the same information you helped your grandmother add to her tree, and want to see the same data in your own tree, correct. Because FamilySearch protects the information of living people, you will need to add the living individuals to your own tree, until you get to the first deceased person on each line, after which you will be able to see all your deceased ancestors already in Family Tree.
We are enclosing the article that explains private spaces. Click the link below:
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I am just another 'lowly' User/Patron ...
Some clarification ...
Question: Isn't your Grandmother, ALREADY in your "Ancestral" Lines, in "Family Tree", of 'FamilySearch'?
IF, your Grandmother, NOT already in your "Ancestral" Lines, in "Family Tree", of 'FamilySearch'; THEN, why not?
Or, are you referring to, "Transferring" your Grandmother (and, her associated "Ancestral" Line), from "Family Tree", of 'FamilySearch, to another 'On-Line' Website; or, 'standalone' programme?
'Thank You' in advance.
I didn't started my grandmothers tree, but when opening my account in familysearch I had access to it and added other family members. But in my personal account on familysearch the system ask me to start my family tree since I'm the only individual. My questions is how to copy my grandmother family tree data to my own account also in familysearch, no other website. I don't care much if I can't but I want to have my own tree since other people make changes to my grandmother and sometimes they are wrong and I have to fix it. Thank you for taking the time to answer.
Yosiel, as others have been trying to tell you, there's only one tree on FamilySearch. It's a communal, open-edit tree that we all work on together, with the lofty and distant goal of eventually having one and only one profile for every person who ever lived.
What you need to do is not to copy anything, but to connect your personal account to your previous work. Note that this only applies to the deceased members of your family: profiles that are marked "living" only exist in the private space of the account that created them. This means that if you were signing in as your grandma, then anything that you entered on "living" profiles is only available if you sign in as her again. To connect your personal account to your deceased relatives, you'll need to create new profiles for the living people between you. This shouldn't be a great hardship -- living profiles should really just be placeholders, with just enough information so that you can tell who they're for. (Yes, "Mom-mom" as the name is perfectly fine.)
Thanks to all of you. I have the correct answer to my question. No need for more input you are very kind.