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How do I find shared trees?

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Jane

Jane Report 3 Aug 2013 17:28

Ah ha ..........simples when you know how :-D

Thank you for the replies.......very much appreciated

Jane

Jane Report 3 Aug 2013 17:28

Ah ha ..........simples when you know how :-D

Thank you for the replies.......very much appreciated

Thelma

Thelma Report 3 Aug 2013 16:05

I go to "Messages" then "My Contacts"

TootyFruity

TootyFruity Report 3 Aug 2013 16:01

Hi Jane and welcome back

to view trees others have shared with you go to your tree, and underneath the title it says "View other trees" click this and a list of trees which you have gained permission to view should be listed.

Sally

Sally Report 3 Aug 2013 15:47

click on list at the top and at the top it says view other trees

sally w <3

Jane

Jane Report 3 Aug 2013 15:32

I have just resubscribed to Genes Reunited after a long absence. There used to be a scroll down box where you could look at all the family trees other members had agreed to share with you.
I have tried finding all the shared trees I am permitted to look at but cannot find them anywhere on the website. I am very likely missing the very obvious but I would appreciate any help in pointing me in the right direction.
Many thanks