Discussions are a great way to communicate with fellow genealogists. Here’s how to get started.
I have started two separate Geni trees, one for my family and one for my wife¨s family. This was OK to work like this as long as you had to log in to both trees. Now it seems I get automatic access to only one tree and can’t find a log in procedure for the other one. What do I do?
A wealth of genealogy knowledge is shared in the discussions, and this is a great place for new users to get a feel for what Geni can offer.
Our Projects feature provides a workspace for genealogists with similar interests to collaborate, share learnings, and discuss challenges and discoveries.
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