I have 2 family trees, one biological and the other adoptive, How do I find both?
@jerrypcall1, FamilySearch Family Tree is one shared tree. You can enter in multiple sets of parents for a child, biological, adoptive, step etc. I do not know what you mean that you can't find them. Can you explain? I mean you "see" yourself on Family Tree as a living person, right? Just add your two sets of parents and start building each line from there until you connect to the deceased Public area.
This may not be your issue at all but I am going to mention it, when you sign back in to family tree you will be taken back to the last person you were on, which may not be yourself. To get back to yourself click the little house (home) icon.
If your ancestral line as an adoptive inclusion to your family structure you can try to find your actual biological as well as your adoptive forbears and include them in the same tree but with the relationship type set to either of these values for the associated parentage. Are you aware of how to do this? The Help Articles linked below may help you:
How do I add step, adopted, and foster parents to a child in Family Tree?
Finding United States Adoption Records
Cheerio for now!
Although I like it when I log in and immediately go back to the person I was last researching, it was a shock at first, and I can tell how people think parts of their tree have disappeared. So many people seem to be thinking their account is gone, their ancestors are gone or someone has put wrong ancestors on. It is, perhaps, not one of the best changes made so far. The little house icon should probably be made A LOT bigger with text saying "click here to go to your home position."
To go along with Gail, I guess the disconcerting thing of this change for me was that it does not honor your Account Settings preference default. Maybe it would have been better to honor the default and then add a new Last Person Researched button.