Here's my question, I have my family tree GEDCOM uploaded (through Search\Genealogy) but when I go to Family Tree\Tree it doesn't show my GEDCOM's contacts
@NolanSekol325, that's because Genealogies is a different species from Family Tree.
Genealogies is essentially a publicly-searchable cloud backup service for genealogy files. Family Tree is an open-edit shared tree, with the lofty (and distant) goal of one and only one profile for every deceased person.
There is an interface that allows transfer of data from your file in Genealogies into Family Tree, but I do not recommend it: the comparison process is flawed, failing to identify true matches and offering many false ones, and the transfer process is non-ideal, failing to show all of the relevant details about either the file or the Tree. It is far better to start with the Tree and add information to it from your file "by hand".
I have the same issue - loaded gedcom to Genealogies, and want to work my family tree (3250 people) in familysearch. There are far too many people and branches to rebuild a tree from start. And I have found the compare and add start very cumbersome! Am I accurate in saying that there is no load into the family tree side?
Correct. You cannot load a GEDCOM file directly into Family Tree. You can only upload it into Genealogies then carefully and accurate go through the compare process one person at a time in an effort not add any duplicates to Family Tree and to not accidentally link your relatives to unrelated but similar people in Family Tree.
Family Search actually recommends that if you are going to add people from a GEDCOM into Family Tree to have your file be a maximum of 100 people (see: https://www.familysearch.org/en/help/helpcenter/article/how-do-i-upload-my-gedcom-file) in order for the compare process to be manageable.
The biggest problem with adding an over 3000 person file, is that for someone living in the US with European ancestors, there is a high likelihood that 2950 people in that file will already be in Family Tree.
I'll add to Gordon's last paragraph that of those approximately 2950 people out of 3000 that are already in the Tree, the compare-and-add process will completely fail to identify about 1500, and come up with false matches for another 1500.
It really is much easier to do it "by hand". This does not mean retyping anything: use copy-and-paste.