my memories won't open on several peoples pages, and I have about 1800 images in my gallery but 2nd picture shows I have 35? Where is everything????
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If I understand you correctly, the above page showing only one photo should have many more. When we used the information to go into your tree and look, 27 memories popped up with many photos for you. You may need to clear cookies and cache from you computer. Also make sure you are using the most up-to-date browser. Here are some articles to help. Please let us know if you are still having the problem.
Hi, Tammy. Thank you so much for the screenshots from your account— they help understand what is happening when you attempt to attach a memory. When you begin on a person’s memory tab, you select which “type” of memory to add.
In your screenshot you chose to add a document from your gallery. FamilySearch shows only documents which haven’t already been attached to your ID. It doesn’t show you photos, stories, or audio files—only documents.
We hope this helps you understand the reason you see only 34 “memories” as an option.