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Export a GEDCOM file from your genealogy software or from a genealogy website

Already have a family tree? No need to build it from scratch on Geneanet! Just export a GEDCOM file from your genealogy website or 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 websites and softwares support importing from and/or exporting to GEDCOM format. Here are some links to explain how to export a GEDCOM file from your genealogy software and to import it to Geneanet.

YOU HAVE AN ANCESTRY.COM OR A MYHERITAGE FAMILY TREE
logo-ancestryClick here to learn how to export a GEDCOM file from Ancestry.com and to import it to Geneanet
logo-myheritageClick here to learn how to export a GEDCOM file from MyHeritage and to import it to Geneanet

 

YOU HAVE A FAMILY TREE MAKER FAMILY TREE
logo-ftmClick here to learn how to export a GEDCOM file from Family Tree Maker and to import it to Geneanet

 

YOU HAVE A FAMILY TREE BUILDER FAMILY TREE
logo-myheritageClick here to learn how to export a GEDCOM file from Family Tree Builder and to import it to Geneanet

 

YOU USE LEGACY FAMILY TREE
logo-legacyClick here to learn how to export a GEDCOM file from Legacy Family Tree and to import it to Geneanet

 

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