Can I auto connect my tree from Geni.com or MyHeritage.com to this one?

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I have an account with geni.com and myheritage.com

I have a large amount of info and I would like to import my trees in to wikiTree.

Is there a way for me to do that automatically? I'd have to spend many hours if I have to enter each one individually again and I dont have the time.
in WikiTree Tech by Avi Wachsler G2G Rookie (190 points)

2 Answers

+3 votes

You can import profiles via GEDCOM

For more information on how to proceed visit this link:

Help:Exporting a GEDCOM

by Anonymous Grand'Maison G2G6 Mach 1 (18.8k points)
+4 votes
There is no process to automatically transfer information from another on-line tree site to Wikitree.  You need to create a Gedcom from your Geni tree and then upload it to Wikitree.  After you upload the file there is a process called Gedcompare which matches your file to existing Wikitree profiles to find any potential duplicates.  You need to go through your file person-by-person to resolve those.  Once that process is complete you can upload individuals.  Many people find that it's actually easier to just add people individually since the profiles created through the Gedcompare almost always need some editing.  Here is a link to the Help page:  https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Help:GEDCOM
by Kathie Forbes G2G6 Pilot (379k points)

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