alternative to wikitree for descendant lists

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Since Wikitree made the policy change regarding entry of children by parents only, I am unable to maintain my family tree of post-Holocaust descendants. Does anyone have a suggestion for another tool (preferably web-based), that will allow me to generate a descendants list of at least five generations? Fortunately, I have entered the information into ancestry.com as a backup, so it's not lost - but I don't see how I can generate a descendants list from ancestry.com. Thanks!
in WikiTree Help by Bashi (Bernice) Ruth Packer G2G Crew (380 points)
retagged by Ellen Smith

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Take a look at Geananet. The reporting features are quite nice. This site has both a paid and free mode, which one to use depends on what you want to do.
by George Fulton G2G6 Pilot (465k points)
I think that might be spelled Geneanet
Oops ... you are correct.
I use Rootsweb's Worldconnect. It has a variety of reporting options.  Not sure how it handles living people though.

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