Are you asking about how to find someone in the Tree that has 2 sets of parents such as biological/step or biological/adopted?
If you could provide more specific information about what you are asking we should be able to help answer your question?
I would like to know the answer to this question. I would like a tool to help me find person pages with any combination other than 1 pair of parents. No parents, 1 pair and a solo parent, 2 parents but not paired, 2 or more pairs, etc.
The tool I want, and perhaps @TheresaEychaner wants, would show these instances anywhere on a descendancy tree or ancestor tree.
Thank you, now I understand the question, so I'll remove my answer.
You are looking for an application that automatically brings you up from family tree a person who may have any combination other than 1 pair of parents like No parents, or 1 pair and a solo parent, 2 parents but not paired, 2 or more pairs, etc.
This, I found in a previous community chat 2 years ago. In the past, there was a program that could analyze a person's ancestral lines and look for various problems. Unfortunately, the developer no longer had the time to keep the program current with the FamilySearch API. I just glanced through the Solutions Gallery to see if there was a similar program, but in my limited search I did not see any.
I am not aware of any app or tool that would help detect these cases you are referring to, maybe somebody else has more updated information.
Now this topic is pinned to the top of its category.
@TheresaEychaner If you just want to see who is linked to more than one set of parents, in Family Search, when looking at the landscape view ( if on a computer) notice the extra tab that indicates that child is linked to more than on set of parents. ( This image was taken from our Beta site)
Puzzilla.org ancestor tree viewer is one way of spotting non-binary parents. Here is a tree in progress with lots of data problems: incomplete lines, multiple parents, etc. (The magnifying glass is not part of Puzzilla.)
Many of us do not know who a biological parent is. Some resort to DNA, although we have no reliable confirmation of how must trust can be put in those results.
When the family line "end" there are several other ways of growing the Universal Family Tree of Family Search, Indexing being one of them. Although the changes of your finding a 100% match for your missing biological line, you can provide that gift of documented records to other members of the universal family.