I dont want to see all this, I just want to do my geneology.
Step 1: click the FamilySearch logo at the top left of this page.
Step 2: on the new tab that opens, click the Family Tree menu item and choose Tree.
Or you could set a bookmark/start page in your browser for the pedigree chart.
I'll give an example when off work - or maybe someone else can explain.
Disclaimer: Use these instructions if you want to know how to set a bookmark or change your start pages in your browser (hopefully the instructions have your browser listed - if not the general idea applies).
The pedigree chart should appear:
1) when you are logged into FamilySearch (note: if you use the option to stay logged in for 2 weeks you should not receive the prompt to login as often)
2) you click the following link for the pedigree page:
You can set this page/link as one of your browser start page(s) - OR you can also bookmark it and display it to your bookmarks bar (if you have that displayed it might provide easier access).
Set a Bookmark
Rather than write up instructions for bookmarking the pedigree page I will just refer to another website that explains the generic process for several browsers (you would want to use the URL for pedigree when instructed to enter page/URL):
Set a Start Page
If you want FamilySearch Family Tree/Pedigree to appear when you launch your browser - here is a webpage that explains how to set those in several browsers (you would want to use the URL for pedigree when instructed to enter page/URL):
@Dawn Nessl I hope this helps provide a work-around for getting directly to the pedigree chart.