Apr 11, 1 Answer. If you click on the"contributions" link under your name on your profile, and scroll down, you'll find a line from when you uploaded the GEDCOM. Click on the gedcom file name and you'll get a page with a variety of instructions including how to delete the file.
Nov 12, See: Help:GEDCOM-Created Biographies. This page helps you decide how best to edit such a biography. The goal is to make it more readable, remove extraneous information, and make it conform with Biographies style guidelines. Sep 18, After 48 hours, we cannot bulk remove an entire GEDCOM, as the files have become part of the collaborative tree.
If you've only uploaded the file for review, and haven't"approved" it, you can either delete it yourself, or it will automatically delete in 30 days. Without approval, it will not process and be added into WikiTree. Mar 21, There is a link to delete your GEDCOM at the bottom of your GEDCOMpare report. Plese see the following help page: bushremover.bar:GEDCOMpare#Deletion"Deleting your GEDCOM is easy.
Look for the delete link at the bottom of your GEDCOMpare report page.". Mar 29, An uploaded GEDCOM can be deleted from its individual report page: Click the GEDCOMs link in the My WikiTree dropdown menu, then click on a GEDCOM name under GEDCOMpare Reports. Above the GEDCOMpare Report: Complete heading is the link to delete your GEDCOM.
Jun 01, If you have already uploaded a GEDCOM, click here for your list of files. Importing a GEDCOM. We don't import family trees into WikiTree. Instead, GEDCOMpare enables you to create and improve individual profiles using the information in your GEDCOM.
To add and edit profiles you need to be a Wiki Genealogist who has signed our Honor Code. Jan 10, January 10, by Margaret O'Brien. There are two ways to add a family tree to GEDmatch: upload a GEDCOM file or add a link from a Wikitree. The GEDCOM approach is more common amongst GEDmatch members. This article has a review and walkthrough of importing a GEDCOM file to GEDmatch.
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