i have someone that wants to view my tree how can i do that without fear of loosing all my information
The tree on FamilySearch is a collaborative, single ("one-world") tree, meaning you don't have a separate tree here in the first place. Only the living people you've entered are private to you.
To view your deceased relatives, all that the other person needs is a few profile identifiers (PIDs), which are the hyphenated seven-character codes found after people's names in the Tree.
Other people cannot view the living people you've entered. (There are some exceptions for administrator/moderator-types and LDS church members, but mere mortals like you and me can safely ignore those.)
What happened to this website?????????????????????
I can't even find my family tree
BettyMathis2 Now when you access the tree you go to the last record you were on. All you have to do is click the icon in the upper right that looks like a little house and you will be taken to your home position. I've read where this is a bug, but to be honest, I really like it now and hope they DON'T fix it. It made me mad at first, however. LOL. We are all creatures of habit until the benefits of change can be realized.