Could someone enlighten me on the Map Navigator?

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in WikiTree Tech by Deborah Shannon G2G1 (1.5k points)

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If you're looking at a profile, you can click on the Family Tree & Tools tab, scroll down to Location maps, and then click on the X's ancestors or X's descendants links to get a map. The map shows the births (red dots) and deaths (blue dots) of ancestors/descendants. You can zoom in to see the names associated with each dot. You can also select 'Migrations' in the Control panel on the left, to see the lines connecting birth and death dots of individuals. Does that help?
by Deborah Pate G2G6 Mach 4 (44.5k points)
selected by Tommy Buch

Yes, this helps me. I didn’t know that the app was already added to the Family Tree & Tools tab. And with one click it loads my ancestors.

FYI: The link is listed under the Genealogy Research sub tab (section) once you choose the Family Tree & Tools tab.

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