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Backup from Find My Past?

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simon

simon Report 25 Nov 2012 16:09

Can anyone help? I want to copy/back up (and/or print) my family tree and other data from Find My Past to my laptop in another software. At the moment it seems that all my data is the "property" of FMP and I am completely dependent on them. How do I copy my data. Please help! Thanks, Simon

MarieCeleste

MarieCeleste Report 25 Nov 2012 16:49

Simon, suggest you contact their customer services.

They don't currently allow import of gedcom files so doubt you're able to export in that format either.

From their website:

"We are in the process of moving to a new version of our family tree. The new tree currently does not allow you to import a GEDCOM but we're working on introducing this feature very soon. Full FAQs and functionality will follow soon – in the meantime, please contact our customer support team if you have any questions."

Margee

Margee Report 25 Nov 2012 18:42

Another good reason not to have your only tree online. Have your main tree on your home computer on a program such as FamilytreeMaker. Also keep a copy of it on CD or memory stick.