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Using the FamilySearch Family Tree (23 March 2012)
Using the FamilySearch Family Tree
The FamilySearch Family Tree is an online family tree application that allows you to collaborate with others to build, share, manage, and preserve your family history online. It uses the same database as new.familysearch.org, and it will eventually replace that application.
To use the FamilySearch Family Tree, your FamilySearch Account or LDS FamilySearch Account must be authorized. Even if you already use new.familysearch.org, your account must be authorized to use the FamilySearch Family Tree.
The FamilySearch FamilySearch Family Tree does not yet contain all of the features available at new.familysearch.org. To use features that have not yet been added, such as adding new individuals and combining duplicate records, use new.familysearch.org.
- To use the FamilySearch Family Tree, go to familysearch.org.
- Click Sign In, and enter your user name and password.
- Click FamilySearch Family Tree. This link appears next to the FamilySearch logo in the upper-left corner of the screen.
The FamilySearch Family Tree is currently being tested and is not yet available to everyone who currently uses new.familysearch.org. If you do not see the FamilySearch Family Tree link, it means either that you are not authorized to use the FamilySearch Family Tree or that you have not signed in.