"How do I print a story in Memories?" says, 'There is no option to directly print Stories in Family Tree from the Memories Gallery or from the Memories tab on a Person Page.' Is the ability to print stories in a readable format that includes the title directly from the story a function that the engineers are working on? Many do not have the know-how to copy a text file, load it in a word processor, copy and paste the title, format it so that it can be read, and then save it as a pdf.
Hello You could try this link to find the answer to your question or you
also go into your memories of people click on the picture of the person you want to write about scroll down till you get to stories and start typing.
I hope this helps. If not please message me back. Sister Dawson0
Thank you @maureenmarydawson1 . That is the article I quoted above. I just wanted to know if the engineers are working on a more automated way of doing it for some people who do not have the computer skills to follow those directions. The question was about making the site as "customer friendly" to as many users as we can, regardless of computer skills.0
If you find a way to upload stories that is more "customer friendly", add it to the "Suggest an Idea" section. We are always looking for ways to improve FamilySearch. Technology does continue to change and grow, so you may see a good addition others are unaware of.0
I'm not so much trying to suggest an improvement, but to identify a need. The instruction in the KA is beyond the capabilities of many people. Can't the engineers add "Download a pdf to your computer" choice on the "Share" or "Actions" button that has a script to execute the instructions?
'You can save a story to your computer in a .pdf format.
'Highlight the text. To do this, locate the cursor to the left of the first letter in the title. Click and hold the left mouse button while dragging the mouse to the right to highlight a part of the story title. Release the left mouse button. Use the scroll bar on the far right side of the window to move to the bottom of the story. Locate the cursor just to the right of the final character in the story (probably the period for the final sentence), hold down the “Shift” button on the keyboard and click the left mouse button. You should see the entire story highlighted now. Right-click the mouse, and click Print. In the Print dialogue box, find the “Destination” field and change it to “Save as pdf”. Then click on “More settings” and select the box in front of “Selection only”. This places the story in a .pdf format. Click Save to open a new screen, and click Save to save the file to a folder on your computer. Now you can open the file in a .pdf editor and print the story.'
(The instructions in italics are what I added.)1