Already have your family tree in a personal genealogy software? No need to build it from scratch on Geneanet! Just export a GEDCOM file from your genealogy software and import it to Geneanet.
GEDCOM (an acronym standing for GEnealogical Data COMmunication) is a specification for exchanging genealogical data between different genealogy software. It was developed by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church).
Most genealogy software supports importing from and/or exporting to GEDCOM format. Here are some screenshots to explain how to export a GEDCOM file from your genealogy software.
Export a GEDCOM file from Family Tree Maker
Export a GEDCOM file from Family Tree Builder
Export a GEDCOM file from Legacy Family Tree
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How can I import my family tree from Ancestry.com?
can I import my family tree from ancestry.com?
How can I import my tree from Ancestry.com?
Hi. On Anscestry.com go to: “TREES”, “Create & Manage trees”. Choose your tree and click on “Export Tree”
How do U export from family search LDS .?
Michelle, I believe that RootsMagic will allow for an export from family search at this time (7 Feb 2016)
can you export from ancestry.com?
Is there a way to export a file from GENEANET to Family Search?
Yes, export a GEDCOM file from your Geneanet family tree at http://my.geneanet.org/arbre/save.php?view=save then import it to FamilySearch.
I need step-byy-step instructions to download a family tree from Roots Magic to Geneanet. In English ou en francais. Merci beaucoup. CSG
Just export a GEDCOM file from RootsMagic then import it to Geneanet at http://my.geneanet.org/arbre/
I have all my genealogy in Ultimate Family Tree…now no longer available. I have close to 9000 names, but don’t want them all listed in one file. If I group separately by family, will that work? I haven’t tried exporting it because it doesn’t work right. ?? Any suggestions?
I have my several family trees on family search. How can I import my tree to geneanet. I use iOS on iPad Air .
You can export GEDCOM files from FamilySearch then import them to Geneanet.
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