New on Geni: Ancestor and Descendant Reports
Ancestor and Descendant reports will enable you to view a compact list of a profile’s ancestors or descendants up to 20 generations. You may also export the report as a PDF to save to your computer, print it or share it with a friend or relative.
To view a profile’s Ancestor and Descendant report, navigate to the profile page and click “Actions.” Choose which report you would like to see from the menu options.
You can also quickly access the reports from profile hovercards in the Actions menu. Simply hover your mouse over the profile link and select ‘Actions.’
Then choose which report you would like to view.
In addition to the profile’s name, these reports include the birth and death dates and locations for each ancestor or descendant. You can also hover over the names to see the hovercard. Each number in the report indicates a new generation. For the Ancestor report, the list will start with the focus person and move back through generations as you go down the list.
Ancestor report for Queen Elizabeth II
For the Descendant report, the list will start at the focus person and move forward in time to the most recent generations.
Descendant report for Queen Elizabeth II
The report will display 4 generations by default, but you can increase or decrease the number of generations by dragging the slider or manually inputing the number of generations you want to view in the report. Click the “Export PDF” button to export a PDF of the list and save to your computer.
Drag the slider or type in the number of generations to view
With the new Ancestor and Descendant reports, you can now easily view a profile’s ancestors or descendants in a compact list, which will help you better review your genealogy research.
Check out these new Ancestor and Descendant reports for your family tree now!