I started my family tree some time ago but entered only a few names, I imported my husbands familytree via GEDCOM but it hasn't connected to mine ??? How do I fix this?
First a couple of points about GEDCOMs. The imported file is stored in the Genealogies section ( https://www.familysearch.org/search/genealogies ) of FamilySearch . You can see a list of ones you imported by scrolling to the bottom of that page and clicking on "Upload Your Individual Tree." This is not exactly an intuitive way to do this, but that is what you do. If you click on View by any of the file name there, you can see a list of names in that file.
Now, if you did go through the compare and add to tree process for all of the names in that file, you need to be aware that you cannot add any living people to Family Tree in this manner.
In order to connect yourself to the deceased people that you imported, you will have to add all the living people to Family Tree that would establish that connection such as your husband, his living parents and any of his living grandparents. Then you should be able to use the FIND option in Family Tree and add those living people as children of their deceased parents.
@SylviaVanderhoeft - Welcome to FamilySearch Community and asking your question about your tree.
First of all, there are a couple of steps when importing a GEDCOM to FamilyTree. You first upload it and for many this is all they want to do. If you want the information in FamilyTree, then you need to take the next step. It is unclear in your question if you completed the 2nd step. Here are the instructions in case you didn't
Once you have copied your information to family tree, then go to your tree. Since you are asking about your husband's line, you can click on his name and go to his person page. There you can add his parents. You can repeat the process generation by generation as you work back. At any point, if you enter a name imported from your GEDCOM or already in FamilySearch, you can select that record. That record along with any connected records will then be included in your tree. For example, if your GEDCOM included your husband's father, grandparents etc. they will all be included in the tree when you select his father's record.
You can find a great deal of help by clicking on the circle with the question mark at the upper right of most pages on FamilySearch. On the drop down, choose Help and Learning. Once on that page, choose family tree under "Find Help by Topic" There will be a list of many instructions plus a search window to ask specific questions.
Lastly, if you feel you still need additional help, we would suggest you again click on the circle with the question mark at the upper right. Choose contact us from the drop down and then choose the map for your location. You can then choose how to receive help. For example, you could schedule a one on one appointment for help.
Hope this helps and good luck with you genealogy.