Findmypast adds TreeSearch

The following is an announcement of a new feature on Findmypast of interest to subscribers.

“With Tree Search, you can search other Findmypast members’ family trees for your deceased ancestors (those marked as deceased on a family tree or aged over 110 years old).

Search for ancestors you have in common with others
Gather information from other members’ research and even privately message that member.

If a tree owner has shared their deceased ancestors, you can review details such as names, other relatives, and milestone moments, with the option to add them to your own family tree to help it grow.

You can use Tree Search for free when logged into your Findmypast account via the site menu or directly from your family tree builder. To view search results in more detail, you will need an active, valid subscription or a 14-day free trial.

Other members viewing your family tree information can’t change or edit it. They can only see some details from your tree, and if relevant, they can add them to their own. This will only ever be for deceased ancestors or those over 110 years old.

In time, you will be able to view entire family trees of other Findmypast members, featuring all their deceased ancestors, provided they have opted-in to sharing this information.”

One Reply to “Findmypast adds TreeSearch”

  1. And if you add a family tree, does FMP own its contents for ever, as with Ancestry., even after you’ve dropped dead? Such things have stopped me for years of ever putting any info online, ever.

    I have worked with a number of people, mostly in the the UK, on family history info which pertains to family in Canada, and some have passed away, and their trees are still up there today. Cheers, BT

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