Can I see a list of profiles on my Watchlist that aren't connected to another profile?

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Because I have uploaded parts of my large family tree at different times, I sometimes end up with children not connected to parents, etc.  Is there any way to create/see a list of profiles I manage that aren't connected to anyone?  Is it possible to generate a list of profiles and who each is connected to?
in Genealogy Help by Terry Kraft G2G1 (1.6k points)

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WikiTree doesn't currently have a way of seeing if you have disconnected profiles on your Watchlist.

Do you have any desktop genealogy program installed? Most of them have a feature like this, so if you downloaded your GEDCOM from WikiTree and imported it to your desktop program, it could tell you.

Actually, one of Roland's tools is for printing out your whole tree, so that would probably show you if you had separate trees, too.

by Lianne Lavoie G2G6 Pilot (420k points)
selected by T Buckley
Did they fix the gedcom export? It's been broken about 1 1/2 years now, it stops after 5 generations, and the 5th generation has no dates or locations.
I'm not sure what you mean about the GEDCOM exporter being broken. You have two options for downloading a GEDCOM:

1) Download everyone in your Watchlist. This one has nothing to do with generations as it just includes everyone, whether or not you're even related. It will also include immediate family of those people, even if they aren't on your Watchlist, but with only basic information.

2) Download the tree starting with a person whose ID you specify. That one includes the direct ancestors (and their siblings I think) of the specified person, with a limit on the number of generations and the number of individuals, regardless of whether they're on your Watchlist. The limit is intentional, not a bug.

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