"Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch' is a, SINGLE, "One" World, PUBLIC, "Tree".
All Users/Patrons can view/access ALL the "Deceased" individuals/persons in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch'.
And, there ARE separate, 'standalone' (ie. that are UNLINKED/UNCONNECTED), "Trees", in the "Genealogies" Part of 'FamilySearch', that have been supplied by Users/Patrons, for research purposes.
Those separate, 'standalone' (ie. that are UNLINKED/UNCONNECTED), "Trees", can also be accessed/viewed by ALL Users/Patrons; as, they are PUBLIC.
Please explain what you mean by, either,
▬ How to view public trees
▬ How to access public family trees
ps: Related 'Question'
How to access public family trees
how do i view another person's tree, who has contributed to my ancestor's details? they have given me permission.
susanljvousden You go to the ancestor record and look at it. By the way, they don't need to give you permission and there is only 1 tree. Just go to any ancestor of yours and start to work researching and adding sources to deceased people.