With FamilySearch, you can message other people to share information about ancestors and collaborate in building your Family Tree.

Descendants from various branches of a family often have different family photographs, documents, and memories. Those researching in a particular language, region, archive, or on different websites may discover unique information.

When descendants contribute what they know to the shared Family Tree and work together to find new information, their collective knowledge becomes more powerful. They can learn more than they might have found on their own and can save time by leaving notes and messaging each other.

The article “How to Contact Other Users—Working Together on the Family Tree” explains these three main ways to communicate with other FamilySearch users:

  1. Explain Your Work
  2. Use the Collaboration Tab
  3. Contact an Individual User


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