It was easy to find on Ancestry, but she doesn't have Ancestry. I can't seem to find anything on FamilySearch that I can give her to show her how to give me access/permission other than her giving me her login.
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints can use the Help Others link to view another person's family history information in Family Tree.
Because Family Tree is a “shared tree” anyone can view & edit deceased persons
you can “follow” a person in your friend’s pedigree so it is easier to find when you wish to help her.
You can also add your friend as an living unconnected person (with her permission) & navigate to her pedigree using My Contributions
no special help mode is needed to access deceased persons entered by anyone else.
see this link:
This is a great video I suggest you both watch.
People dont have individual family trees in FamilySearch, like they do in Ancestry. It is one massive database that we all share and collaborate on.