Is There a Way to Track Family Movement on Wikitree?

+11 votes
It is always interesting to see how a family disperses through the generations, and some genealogy programs include geolocation, and you can use Geocommons. If the birth and death locations are included in the Wikitree profiles, is there a way to see how the descendants of a particular person have spread out, such as pins on a map or descendants' locations on
in WikiTree Tech by Vic Watt G2G6 Pilot (330k points)

2 Answers

+17 votes
Best answer

Not yet, but I am preparing something like that. For now it works on fixed data just for Chris's ancestors. And click the E button

I will work on it more, When I will have the time.

by Aleš Trtnik G2G6 Pilot (559k points)
selected by Martin White
I've also been wanting something similar for quite some time. Keep up the great work!
+7 votes
Not yet, but I'll suggest this to the Apps Project.
by Jamie Nelson G2G6 Pilot (360k points)

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