How can I search individuals only in my tree?

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As the title reads: how can I search for individuals ONLY in my tree?

I want to regularly reference back to certain members in my tree and it seems that the only way I can find them is to do a Wikitree wide search and then find them that way, to save them to my browser's favorites, or to open my tree and hunt and peck for them.

Is there a way to search only for a name and have the search isolated to my tree?
asked in WikiTree Help by SJ Baty G2G6 Pilot (211k points)
recategorized by Ellen Smith

2 Answers

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For those where you are profile manager you can do a search on the surname then choose the option to limit to your watchlist.
answered by Lynda Crackett G2G6 Pilot (617k points)
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The Family List is a tool for quickly generating a simple list of links to a person's ancestors or descendants within 10 generations. Look under the tab that's tagged with the ID number (when you are looking at your profile, you will find your Family List link under the tab headed Baty-260).

By default, the family list is sorted alphabetically, but you can choose other sort orders, and you can search the list using Ctll-F or your browser's "find" function.
answered by Ellen Smith G2G6 Pilot (840k points)

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