Can I upload my family tree to Permanent?
At Permanent, we like to say that "if it's made of bits, we'll take it." Permanent.org accepts and stores all file formats, regardless of the software you used to create the file. This goes for your family tree files as well. Learn more about file types that we accept and support here.
However, at this time, we do not support the "play back" or viewing of family tree files such as GEDCOM files on Permanent. You can still upload these files to your Permanent archive, and they will be preserved in their original form. You can also download a copy of your file from your Permanent archive at any time, which you can open and view in whichever software you used to create your family tree.
Can I upload GEDCOM (.gdz or .ged) files to my archive?
GEDCOM (.gdz or .ged) files are genealogical family tree files exported from FamilySearch. You can upload GEDCOM files to your Permanent.org for preservation. Permanent will recognize the file as a GEDCOM file and list the type of file as ...
How to Import People and Memories from FamilySearch
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Upload Your First File
Congratulations on taking the first steps towards preserving your digital memories and legacy. Now that you've created an account, the next step is to upload your first file. Your first archive When you log in to your Permanent account for the first ...
Uploading Files on the Mobile App
Once you've created your account on Permanent.org and created your first archive, you can upload the files that represent the person, group or family, or organization that your archive is about. What should I upload? It can feel overwhelming to ...