From any page on Ancestry, click the Trees tab and select a tree. In the top-right corner of your tree, click Share. To share your tree via email, click Email or Username; to get a link you can share, click Shareable Link.
How do I give someone access to my Ancestry account?
From your DNA homepage, click Settings in the top-right corner. Scroll to the Privacy section > Sharing Preferences and click Change next to DNA Ethnicity and Matches. Click Add a person. In the field that appears, enter the email address or Ancestry username of the person you want to invite.
Among the email and Ancestry messaging options, you’ll now also see Shareable Link. … Clicking the Copy Link button will copy the link to your clipboard so that you can share it via email, instant message, text message, or any other preferred communication method.
How do you see other people’s trees on Ancestry?
From any page on Ancestry, click Search and select Public Member Trees. Enter information about someone you want to find and click Search. From the list of search results, click a name to learn more. To see all trees containing that person, click View all.
An invitation you sent wasn’t received: From your tree, click the tree name in the corner and select Tree Settings. Click the Sharing tab, then make sure the email address or username you entered is right. … If they did, give us a call to see if Ancestry may have been blocked from sending an email to your email address.
Can I download someone else’s tree from Ancestry?
If you have multiple accounts on Ancestry® and would like to combine them, or if you want a tree that’s on someone else’s account, you can download (or have the account owner download) the tree as a GEDCOM file from one account and upload it to another account.
How do I view my family tree on Ancestry?
Viewing a specific person’s tree
To view the family line of someone in your tree, click on the person in your tree, click the tools menu and select View his/her family tree.
Why can’t I see public trees on Ancestry?
View Common Ancestor Hints: If you’ve taken an AncestryDNA test and don’t have a membership, you can’t see the features that use the data from family trees. … Without a membership, though, you can’t see public family trees that you weren’t invited to view.