|Example: Kitty Munson Cooper's family tree image.|
Facebook is where extended families communicate these days, and everybody loves sharing images. Here are the types of images that are easy to create and share.
Select the "Share on Facebook" link on any Profile Menu, e.g. the pull-down menu at the top of this page that begins with your WikiTree ID, and follow the simple steps.
These are proven conversation starters!
Global Tree Connections
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- Click the "GET SHAREABLE IMAGE" button.
- Make a mental note on where the image is being saved, e.g. to a Downloads or My Pictures folder on your computer.
- Go to Facebook.
- At the top of the status/sharing box click the "Photo/Video" link and select "Upload Photos/Videos".
- Find the image where you saved it.
- Add text like this and click "Post".
- This is from https://www.wikitree.com (@WikiTreeOfficial). What do you think?
Relationships and Relationship Trails
Click a "Relationship to Me" link from any Profile Menu and follow the six steps above.
You can change the size of the image that's created by changing the size of your browser window. For example, if there is too much white space or the image is too wide, you can make it narrower by clicking the button in the upper-right corner of your browser to adjust the browser window.
Family Group Sheets
Click a "Family Group Sheet" link from any Profile Menu and follow the six steps above.
Question of the Week Images
See our gallery of Question of the Week images. Many of these are fun questions for a genealogist to answer, and answering one on Facebook can be a great way to get your friends and family members talking about a family history topic.
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